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NLRB takes one step closer to expanding the possible damages awarded to employees fired in violation of the act

USA - November 17 2021 On November 10, 2021, the National Labor Relations Board announced that it is seeking public input to address whether the Board should award…

Joshua S Fox, Mark Theodore

New York’s whistleblower protection law is dramatically expanded

USA - November 10 2021 On October 28, 2021, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a bill dramatically expanding New York’s whistleblower statute, New York Labor…

Lloyd B. Chinn, Pinchos (Pinny) Goldberg

Louisiana enacts workplace protections for employees disabled due to pregnancy and limits the use of criminal Background Checks in hiring

USA - September 15 2021 Louisiana employers should be aware of two new laws which went into effect on August 1, 2021. The first, Act 393, provides for reasonable…

Nicole Eichberger, Margaret Swetman

Pennsylvania Employers Must Pay for Time Spent in Security Screenings

USA - August 3 2021 On July 21, 2021, answering a question certified by the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held…

Allan Bloom

Business Groups Challenge Biden Administration’s Delay of Trump-era Independent Contractor Rule

USA - March 31 2021 In a complaint filed on March 26, 2021, business groups challenged a U.S. Department of Labor March 4, 2021 final rule to delay the effective date of…

Allan Bloom