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Take 5: Views you can use

USA - September 28 2018 Arguably, the very first workplace regulation, dating back thousands of years, was one involving wage and hour issuesthe mandatory day of rest. While...

Kevin Sullivan, Paul DeCamp, Michael S. Kun, Jeffrey H. Ruzal.

A Look Back on Wage and Hour Developments in 2018: Blockbuster Cases, FLSA Amendments, and More

USA - September 28 2018 Arguably, the very first workplace regulation, dating back thousands of years, was one involving wage and hour issuesthe mandatory day of rest. While...

Kevin Sullivan, Paul DeCamp, Michael S. Kun, Jeffrey H. Ruzal.

Take 5: Views you can use: October 2017

USA - October 31 2017 Almost ten months into the Trump Administration, the executive and legislative branches have been preoccupied with attempting to repeal and replace...

Frank C. Morris, Jr., Michael F. McGahan, Nathaniel M. Glasser, Carol J. Faherty, Brian E. Spang, Mark M. Trapp, Denise Merna Dadika, Kevin J. Ryan.

Seventh Circuit Breaks from the Pack in Holding That Long-Term Leave Is Not a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA

USA - September 28 2017 In a decision that will be celebrated by employers in the Seventh Circuit struggling with employee requests for post-Family Medical Leave Act...

Joshua A. Stein, Nathaniel M. Glasser.

Second Circuit Adopts “Motivating Factor” Causation Standard for FMLA Retaliation Claims

USA - July 24 2017 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently clarified that the "motivating factor" standard of causation applies to Family and Medical...

Nathaniel M. Glasser.