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Supreme Court: employers defending against Title VII discrimination or retaliation claims must timely assert employee's failure to first file EEOC charge

USA - June 5 2019 In a unanimous decision dated June 3, 2019, the US Supreme Court resolved a split between federal appellate courts and provided clarity for employers...

New York State and City Anti-Harassment Laws

USA - September 20 2018 In the wake of the MeToo movement, New York State and New York City governments have passed new laws aimed at sexual harassment prevention...

New York City to ban employers from asking job applicants about salary history: compliance action steps

USA - April 13 2017 New York City is on the verge of joining a growing list of jurisdictions that, in an effort to address pay equity issues, have prohibited employers...

Brian Kaplan, Daniel Turinsky, Joseph Alan Piesco.

“Breaking Up Is Hard To Do”: But a Good Separation Agreement Can Ease the Pain

USA - February 7 2017 Neil Sedaka’s 1962 hit song still rings true not only for ex-lovers but also for ex-employees. But, the Employment Relationship Doctor has advice for...

Retaliation Claims Under The False Claims Act: A Pop Quiz

USA - January 4 2016 President Lincoln signed the False Claims Act (FCA) in response to scoundrels who sold the Union Army "gunpowder" kegs full of sawdust, uniforms sewn...