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Challenge to Philadelphia Pay History Ordinance Dismissed, But Ordinance’s Future Remains In Doubt

USA - June 5 2017 Last week, District Court Judge Mitchell Goldberg granted the City of Philadelphia’s Motion to Dismiss the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s lawsuit...

Philadelphia Wage Equity Ordinance On Hold For Now

USA - April 25 2017 Earlier this year, Philadelphia became the first city to pass a law prohibiting employers from inquiring about a job applicant’s wage history and...

Alexa E. Miller.

Antitrust Authorities Warn Human Resources Professionals about Illegal Agreements That Restrain Competition for Employees

USA - November 1 2016 On October 20, 2016, the United States Department of Justice ("DOJ") and the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") issued "Antitrust Guidance for Human...

Robin Sampson, Robert A. Skitol.

Possible Amendment to New Jersey’s Anti-Discrimination Law Would Likely Mean More Claims, Greater Liability Risks, and Larger Damages Awards

USA - March 16 2016 Earlier this week, the New Jersey General Assembly passed a bill that would amend the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination ("NJLAD") to address...

Vik Jaitly.

Beware of the literal and hypothetical when considering work rules

USA - November 19 2015 National Labor Relations Board activity in the area of work rules, among other areas, has become the new normal. Employers have come to expect that...