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Title VII Claim Proceeds Despite Failure to Amend EEOC Charge

USA - June 10 2019 The U.S. Supreme Court held in Fort Bend County, Texas v. Davis, No. 18-525 (June 3, 2019), that a Title VII claim of religious discrimination could...

Ellen Moran Dwyer, Eric Su, Ira M. Saxe.

EEOC Announces it will Require both 2017 and 2018 W-2 Data By September 30, 2019 . . . But the Saga Continues

USA - May 6 2019 The government took two significant steps on Friday regarding the battle over the EEO-1 pay data. Most notably, in response to Judge Tanya Chutkan’s...

Kris D. Meade.

Some Clarity at Last - Employers Must Submit EEO-1 Pay Data by September 30

USA - April 25 2019 After weeks of uncertainty following a D.C. District Court decision that the EEOC must reinstate the EEO-1 compensation data collection requirements...

Kris D. Meade, Ira M. Saxe.

Department of Labor Institutes New Pilot Program to Expedite Processing of Discretionary Suspensions and Debarments

USA - April 4 2019 On April 2, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced a new pilot program for discretionary suspensions and debarments in an effort to decrease DOL's...

David B. Robbins, Laura J. Mitchell Baker, Kris D. Meade, Peter J. Eyre.

Out Like a Lion: March Brings New Obligations to Employers Doing Business in New Jersey

USA - March 27 2019 Employers that do business in the State of New Jersey, and particularly those who hold services contracts with the State of New Jersey, are finding...

Rebecca Monck Ricigliano, Amanda DiSanto, Arlen Pyenson, Kris D. Meade, Ira M. Saxe.