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Is It “Time’s Up” For Arbitrating Employment Matters In New York?

USA - May 29 2018 In the wake of a strong public reaction to the “Time’s Up” and “MeToo” movements, states across the country are enacting legislation aimed at...

Samantha Rosa, Nicolle L. Jacoby.

Supreme Court Upholds Employers’ Use of Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

USA - May 23 2018 A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court decided one of the most highly anticipated employment cases in recent years on May 21, 2018, holding in Epic...

Michael H. McGinley, Thomas K. Johnson II, J. Ian Downes.

National Labor Relations Board Ends 2017 with a Flurry of Significant Decisions Reversing Recent Pro-Employee Precedents

USA - January 10 2018 Since the election of President Trump, it has been a question of "when," not "if," the National Labor Relations Board (the "Board" or the "NLRB")...

J. Ian Downes.

SEC Continues to Target Employer Agreements Restricting Whistleblower Rights

USA - August 18 2016 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC" or the "Commission") recently announced the settlement of two cease-and-desist proceedings against...

Nicolle L. Jacoby, J. Ian Downes.

NLRB Says Employer Consent Is Not Required for Bargaining Units of Solely and Jointly Employed Workers

USA - August 16 2016 In the U.S. National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) recent decision in Miller & Anderson, Inc., 364 NLRB No. 39 (July 11, 2016), the Board continued...

J. Ian Downes.