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Class Is in Session: Supreme Court to Decide Future of Class Waiver Arbitration Clauses

USA - March 7 2017 From Fortune 500s to regional warehouses, employers have long relied on arbitration clauses that prohibit class or collective action employment...

Joseph K. Mulherin, Elliot G. Cole, Heather M. Sager.

OSHA Issues New Illness and Injury Recordkeeping Rule That Casts Doubt upon Commonplace Employer Drug Testing and Safety Incentive Policies

USA - May 19 2016 Announcing a series of requirements that will begin to take effect August 10, 2016, OSHA released, on May 11th, its final rule to "modernize injury...

Thomas H. Petrides, Caralyn M. Olie, Aaron R. Gelb.

Proposed regulations implementing the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Order signal broad disclosure obligations of labor law violations

USA - September 9 2015 As reported in our September 2014 newsletter, President Obama's Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order (the "Order") will create significant...

Marques O. Peterson, Patrick W. Spangler.

NLRB changes the standard for joint employer status, potentially impacting the operations of many employers

USA - September 1 2015 On August 27, 2015, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced the anticipated changes to its rules for holding companies liable as "joint...

Mark L. Stolzenburg, Kenneth F. Sparks.

A one-two punch to make union organizing easier

USA - December 15 2014 Late last week, the National Labor Relations Board issued two major edicts. The first accelerates the union election process so that employers will...

Mark L. Stolzenburg, Kenneth F. Sparks.