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Don’t Ask, But Do Tell: NYC’s New Prohibition on Compensation Questions to Applicants

USA - April 7 2017 Effective October 2017 (180 days after Mayor de Blasio signs the bill), the law will amend the NYC Human Rights Law to make it "an unlawful...

Brian J. Gold, Eric G. Hoffman, Jennifer B. Zargarof.

SEC Brings Additional Enforcement Actions Against Companies with Employee Agreements that Impede Whistleblowing

USA - August 22 2016 Two recent enforcement actions demonstrate that the SEC continues to aggressively enforce its whistleblower protection rules, and is on the lookout...

Claire H. Holland, Ami N. Wynne, John P. Kelsh.

Illinois Attorney General Attacks Sandwich Worker Noncompete Agreements

USA - June 9 2016 On Wednesday, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan made a freaky fast (in Jimmy John’s parlance), but not freaky good, delivery to Jimmy John’sa...

Natalie C. Chan.

Seventh Circuit Opens Circuit Split by Deeming Employment and Labor Class and Collective Action Waivers Invalid

USA - June 1 2016 Late last week, the Seventh Circuit issued a decision siding with the National Labor Relations Board's position and holding class and collective...

Brian J. Gold, Jennifer B. Zargarof.

Full Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reverses telecommuting reasonable accommodation decision and sets limits on telework accommodations for workers with interactive jobs

USA - April 13 2015 "A protective tool becomes a weapon if used unwisely; and telecommuting should not become a weapon." So opined the Sixth Circuit in its en banc...

Natalie C. Chan.