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Texas Legislative Update: What Employers Should Know About the 87th Session

USA - September 3 2021 Over its regular and two special sessions, the Texas Legislature has passed several bills that are or soon will be in effect and will impact…

Kristin L. Bauer.

Vaccinated Grandparents Can Visit Indoors with Grandchildren, but what Do the New CDC Guidelines Mean at Work?

USA - March 12 2021 This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first set of recommendations for fully vaccinated people. Significantly…

Tara K. Burke, Dorothy Parson McDermott.

Judge’s Decision Halts Dallas from Enforcing Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

USA - March 31 2020 Texas employers no longer must provide paid sick leave to their employees in Dallas following the decision of U.S. District Court Judge Sean D…

Kristin L. Bauer, Julie A. Farmer.

Texas Paid Sick Leave Update: San Antonio, Dallas, Austin

USA - November 25 2019 The state of city-driven efforts to pass paid sick and safe leave laws in Texas remains in flux. Those monitoring the issue will know the cities of…

Kristin L. Bauer, Julie A. Farmer.

Can You Be “Regarded as” Disabled Based on a Potential Future Disability?

USA - September 16 2019 This certainly sounds futuristic. (Pun intended.) Still, in a case just decided by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, EEOC v. STME, LLC, the EEOC…