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Ohio General Assembly Enacts Sweeping Changes to Workers’ Compensation Law

USA - June 19 2020 Sweeping changes to the Ohio Workers' Compensation Act were made when Am. Sub. H.B. 81 was signed into law by Governor Mike DeWine on June 16, 2020...

Bradley K. Sinnott, Corrine S. Carman.

U.S. Supreme Court Holds that Title VII Prohibits Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Transgendered Status

USA - June 16 2020 Since 1964, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act has prohibited discrimination in employment "because of" sex. Over the years, 21 states and numerous...

Mark A. Knueve.

Pending Ohio Legislation Provides Immunity from COVID-19 Claims and Presumptions of Employee Injury from COVID-19

USA - June 8 2020 As businesses in Ohio reopen and employees return to work, employers are concerned about potential liability if their employees or customers contract...

Evelyn Lundberg Stratton, Angelyne Lisinski, Richard D. Schuster, Corrine S. Carman, Thomas E. Niehaus.

New York’s New Time-Off to Vote Requirements Apply To the June 23 Primaries

USA - June 3 2020 Since 2019, New York has required that employers provide employees with three hours of paid time off in order to vote. In April 2020, New York amended...

New Mexico Employers Must Contend With More Than COVID-19 When They Get Back To Work

USA - June 1 2020 As employers begin to reopen their businesses and employees start to return to work, New Mexico employers will need to contend with new workplace laws...

Janay M. Stevens.