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NLRB Begins to “Restore” the Appropriate Standard for Defining “Concerted Activity”

USA - January 28 2019 Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) issued a decision that “begins the process of restoring” a decades-old definition of...

New York State Renews its Efforts to Regulate Employee Scheduling

USA - January 15 2019 The New York State Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently issued proposed statewide regulations that would require employers to pay employees “call-in...

Take 5: Views you can use: January 2018

USA - January 29 2018 In the months following Donald Trump's inauguration, those interested in the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") waited anxiously for...

Daniel J. Green, Steven M. Swirsky, Kate B. Rhodes, Michael F. McGahan, Donald S. Krueger, Richard A. Stern.

Take 5: Views you can use: November 2017

USA - November 28 2017 For this edition of the Take 5 for financial services, we focus on a number of very well-publicized issues. The tidal wave of sexual harassment...

Nathaniel M. Glasser, Ann Knuckles Mahoney, Amanda M. Gomez, Brian G. Cesaratto, Lauri F. Rasnick, Andrew E. Shapiro.

Take 5: Views you can use: June 2017

USA - June 29 2017 This issue of Take 5 encapsulates the incredible breadth of societal changes and challenges facing the entire retail workplace. The topics addressed...

John M. O’Connor, Katrina J. Walasik, Asa F. Smith, Shira M. Blank, Alexander J. Franchilli, Gregory D. Green, Christopher Lech, Amy B. Messigian, Jeffrey H. Ruzal, Nancy L. Gunzenhauser.