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Washington, D.C. Scales Back Ban on Non-Competes

USA - July 18 2022 Washington, D.C. employers will not need to scrap all their non-compete agreements after all. On July 12, 2022, the D.C. Council (the “Council”)…

Frank C. Morris, Jr., Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr.

UPDATE: Washington, D.C. Universal Paid Leave Increases Will Begin October 2022

USA - July 1 2022 On June 7, 2022, the District of Columbia Council approved the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Support Act of 2022 (“Act”), which includes an increase to the…

Eric I. Emanuelson, Jr., Catherine Kang, Ann Knuckles Mahoney

EEOC Issues Guidance on the ADA & Employer Use of AI Screening Tools

USA - June 2 2022 Over the past several years, workplace artificial intelligence (“AI”) tools have matured from novel to mainstream. Whether facilitating attracting…

Adam S. Forman, Frank C. Morris, Jr., Robert J. O'Hara, Sahar Shiralian

What Principles of Explainability and Transparency Should an Employer Consider When Using Video Interviewing and Similar Automated Hiring Tools?

USA - May 24 2022 Prompted by the widespread adoption and use of video-conferencing software following the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers have shifted toward video…

Alexander J. Franchilli

Time’s Up: Electronic Monitoring Notice Requirements for New York Employers Take Effect This Week

USA - May 3 2022 New York employers that monitor or otherwise intercept their employees’ electronic usage, access, or communication using any electronic devices or…

Matthew Savage Aibel, Brian G. Cesaratto, Susan Gross Sholinsky