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Class Action Trends Report Fall 2018

USA - December 12 2018 Dramatic changes in the way businesses operate in recent decades have led to a sharp increase in the "contingent" workforce. Faced with ever-growing...

Cary G. Palmer, Justin R. Barnes, Douglas J. Klein, Eric R. Magnus, Stephanie L. Goutos, Victoria Woodin Chavey, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Vincent E. Polsinelli, Christopher J. Stevens, David R. Golder, Paul Patten, Alison Crane, James M. McDonnell, Scott M. Pechaitis, Brett M. Anders, Allison J. Vogel, David T. Wiley, T. Chase Samples.


Washington Ban-the-Box Law Limits Criminal Background Inquiries

USA - March 20 2018 Effective June 6, 2018, Washington will be the next state to implement “ban the box” legislation restricting employers from inquiring about a job...

Susan M. Corcoran, Richard I. Greenberg, Bryan P. O’Connor.


Washington Enacts Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

USA - July 25 2017 All Washington employers must provide paid family and medical leave under a bill signed by Governor Jay Inslee on July 5, 2017. The new law creates an...

Michael A. Griffin.


Class Action Trends Report Spring 2017

USA - March 29 2017 Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 governs most class action lawsuits brought by private plaintiffs. The Rule provides a comprehensive map for...

Brian T. Benkstein, Daniel L. Messeloff, Michael J. Kozimor, Stephanie L. Goutos, Victoria Woodin Chavey, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Christopher J. Stevens, Jesse I. Unruh, Paul DeCamp, William J. Anthony, David R. Golder, L. Dale Owens, James M. McDonnell, Scott M. Pechaitis, David T. Wiley.


Seattle Passes Predictable Scheduling Ordinance

USA - September 21 2016 The City of Seattle has passed a bill requiring certain large employers operating within Seattle city limits to give their hourly workers advance...

David A. Nenni, Michael A. Griffin, Bryan P. O’Connor.