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What Employers Should Watch For in Election 2018

USA - November 5 2018 Election Day may result in significant changes in our country’s labor and employment landscape. This article discusses some issues employers should...

Eric R. Magnus, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Matthew F. Nieman, David R. Golder, Michelle E. Phillips.


Election 2018: Midterms’ Effect on Employment Law Issues and Advocacy

USA - October 30 2018 Voters will have the chance to determine the outcome of races for more than 6,000 legislative seats and 36 governorships, as well as weigh in on 160...


New York City to Require Private Employers to Establish Lactation Rooms and Policies

USA - October 23 2018 Private employers in New York City will have to find space for a “lactation room” under legislation expected to be signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio. On...

Daniel J. Jabobs, Ellen M. Gustafson, Richard I. Greenberg.


New York City Bill to Give Commercial Tenants More Power Over Lease Renewals Will Get Hearing

USA - October 15 2018 A bill to amend New York City law to establish conditions and requirements for commercial lease renewals with the aim of preserving small businesses...

Ellen M. Gustafson.


New York Law Requires Human Trafficking Informational Cards in Hotels, Considering Employee Training

USA - October 4 2018 All hotels in New York with at least five rooms will be required to post human trafficking “informational cards” throughout each hotel’s premises...

Thomas Buchan.