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Technical Foul - Your March Madness Office Bracket May Be Illegal

USA - March 15 2018 March Madness has arrived! The 2018 NCAA Basketball Tournaments tip-off March 15 and continue through the Women’s and Men’s National Championship...

Mark E. Terman.


Yes, Your March Madness Office Bracket is Technically Illegal

USA - March 16 2017 March Madness has arrived! The 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournaments tip-off tonight (March 15) and continue through the Women’s and Men’s National...

Mark E. Terman.


The EEOC’s 2017-2021 Strategic Enforcement Plan - Targeting the “Gig Economy” and Independent Contractor Misclassification

USA - November 15 2016 The EEOC has issued its new Strategic Enforcement Plan for the fiscal years 2017 to 2021, which outlines the areas in which the EEOC will focus its...

Gregory W. Homer.


DOL Exemption Rules to Take Effect December 1, 2016

USA - May 18 2016 Making good on a 2014 directive from President Obama “to modernize and streamline” existing overtime regulations, the Department of Labor (DOL) today...

Shavaun Adams Taylor, Stephanie Dodge Gournis.


The NLRB Rules That Chipotle’s Handbook Policies Violated the NLRA

USA - March 22 2016 As we have previously covered here, here and here, the NLRB has opined that various common handbook provisions are unlawful under the NLRA because...

Maria L. H. Lewis.