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NLRB Interest Rate Will Increase to Five Percent

USA - March 19 2018 Board awards in unfair labor practice cases are usually premised in a make-whole remedy which, in the case of back-pay awards for example, include...

Mark E. Terman.


Illinois Employers Must Provide Qualifying Employees Two Weeks of Unpaid Child Bereavement Leave

USA - September 8 2016 Illinois is now the second state to require that employers provide unpaid bereavement leave to eligible employees under its Child Bereavement Leave...

Shavaun Adams Taylor.


Federal Court Orders Stop to DOL’s Persuader Rule

USA - June 28 2016 On June 27, 2016, a Texas federal court granted a preliminary injunction preventing the Department of Labor (DOL) from moving forward on a nationwide...

Gerald T. Hathaway, Mark J. Foley.


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, Dennis M. Mulgrew, Jr..


Twenty-seven day elections (or less) likely under NLRB’s new quickie election rules

USA - April 14 2015 The NLRB's "quickie election" rule goes into effect today. And while the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has avoided a clearly mandated time...

Shavaun Adams Taylor.