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How can employers prevent workplace recording?

USA - August 29 2018 The recent revelation that Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly recorded her conversations with President Donald Trump and Chief of Staff John Kelly in...

Nicholas D. SanFilippo, Brennan W. Bolt.

New York and Maryland Increasing Sexual Harassment Protections for Employees

USA - April 30 2018 The MeToo movement has brought about not only social awareness, but also legal change to provide employees with additional protections aimed at...

Dawn Cutlan Stetter, Adam T. Simons.

Navigating Government Shutdowns: Legal Issues for Federal Contractors

USA - January 23 2018 With the end of the federal government shutdown that began on Jan. 20, 2018, there is a reasonable likelihood that the budget impasse will just be...

Ronald L. Fouse, Brian D. Barger, Christian B. Nagel.

Court Strikes Down Obama Administration Overtime Rule

USA - September 1 2017 On Aug. 31, 2017, a federal court in Texas struck down the Obama-era Department of Labor rule that would have significantly expanded overtime...

Michael R. Phillips, Sylvia J. Kim, Matthew C. Kane, Michael D. Mandel, Bruce M. Steen, Christopher M. Michalik, Michael J. DiMattia, Brian D. Barger.

AT&T Privacy Rule Goes Too Far Says NLRB

USA - May 4 2017 Last week a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) administrative judge ruled that AT&T Mobility interfered with employees’ labor rights with an overly...

Seth H. Borden, Meaghan K. Pedati.