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Mexico and COVID-19 Essential Activity Restrictions

Mexico - April 2 2020 On March 31, the Mexican government issued, as part of a series of actions aimed at mitigating and controlling the effects of COVID-19, extraordinary…

Margarita M. Escalante, Timo Rehbock.

Will There Be An Epic Backlash?

USA - June 27 2018 By now, most have heard about the U.S. Supreme Court’s May 21, 2018 opinion in Epic Systems Corporation v. Lewis. Epic actually decided a trio of…

When Paying Less Can Cost You More: Pay Inequality

USA - March 30 2018 What do three New York City lawyers, the Queen of England, a preschool teacher, a service center manager and a township accountant all have in common…

What’s Old Is New Again: DOL Resurrects Advisory Opinion Letters

USA - January 16 2018 Employers can expect to benefit from real-life answers to some real-employer wage-and-hour questions now that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)…

Tax Deduction to be Curtailed for Some Settlements of Sex Harassment Claims

USA - December 19 2017 The federal tax bill published late on Dec. 15 has a number of provisions that, if enacted, would deny an employer's ability to deduct payments made…