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“Open” Might Not Mean Open: How FMLA May Affect a Position’s Availability

USA - October 17 2019 Does a position that a company is holding for an employee out on FMLA leave an “open position” as contemplated by the Americans with Disabilities Act...

Clarence Webster III.

Navigating ADA Compliance Issues in an Online World

USA - October 17 2019 The landscape remains murky as to whether and how Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to websites. As the financial...

Alexandra Dugan.

For Whom the Whistle Blows: Preventing Retaliation Is Serious Business

USA - October 9 2019 Various federal statutes contain whistleblower provisions that protect employees who raise or report concerns that range from workplace safety...

Amanda James Turnage.

McDonald’s Fries Franchise Workers’ Claims, Lands Whopper of a Ruling for Franchisors

USA - October 2 2019 In an important wage-and-hour decision for franchisors, Salazar, et al. V. the McDonald’s Corp., et al., the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled...

T. Matthew Miller.

But We Tried to Do It Right! Stand-Alone Misclassification of Independent Contractor May Not Be a Violation

USA - September 26 2019 Recently, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued another pro-employer decision, resolving an issue at the forefront of employment law...

Clarence Webster III.