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New Law Ends Mandatory Arbitration for Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Claims

USA - March 4 2022 A new law signed by President Biden brings significant changes to employers’ ability to require arbitration of certain disputes with employees and…

Zachary Agudelo, Amanda Michalski, Carolyn Rashby

New York City Announces Workplace COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement

USA - December 23 2021 Pursuant to a new Order issued by New York City’s Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene, beginning December 27 workers in New York City who…

Teresa T. Lewi, Amanda Michalski, Carolyn Rashby

International Employment Law Update

Germany, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, United Kingdom, USA - May 26 2021 This International Employment Update summarises recent international employment law developments in Germany, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the United…

Christopher Walter, Chris Bracebridge, Walter Born, Helena Milner-Smith, Carolyn Rashby

Opening the Doors: Return-to-Workplace Considerations During COVID-19, Part Nine: Advanced Vaccine Considerations for the U.S. Workplace

USA - May 24 2021 Whether a company is an essential business that has operated throughout the pandemic or is expecting to reopen in the coming months, a number of…

Teresa T. Lewi, Carolyn Rashby

New York Employers Now Required to Provide Paid Leave to Take COVID-19 Vaccine

USA - March 29 2021 Effective March 12, 2021, all public and private employers in New York must provide each employee with up to four hours of paid leave to obtain a…

Teresa T. Lewi, Carolyn Rashby