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Finality at Last: Supreme Court Overrules NLRB’s Controversial Policy Against Employee Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

USA - May 21 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court has officially put the kibosh on the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) policy of declaring as unlawful employee-signed...

Robert W. Sikkel, Anthony Glenn, John T.L. Koenig, Teresa L. Jakubowski, Mark S. Kittaka, William A. Nolan, Janilyn Brouwer Daub, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Kenneth J. Yerkes, David B. Ritter.


California Supreme Court Ruling to Give More Workers Employee Status

USA - May 1 2018 On April 30, the California Supreme Court issued an opinion effectively expanding the number of workers that will be deemed as employees for purposes...

Robert W. Sikkel, John T.L. Koenig, Teresa L. Jakubowski, Mark S. Kittaka, William A. Nolan, Janilyn Brouwer Daub, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Kenneth J. Yerkes, David B. Ritter.


To Stem the Tide of Barriers to Access Lawsuits, ADA Education and Reform Act Passes U.S. House

USA - February 16 2018 On Feb. 15, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the ADA Education and Reform Act (H.R. 620). H.R. 620 is intended to address the increasing...

Robert W. Sikkel, John T.L. Koenig, Teresa L. Jakubowski, Mark S. Kittaka, William A. Nolan, Janilyn Brouwer Daub, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Kenneth J. Yerkes, David B. Ritter.


Welcome to the NLRB Labor Law Time Machine, Step Right In

USA - December 19 2017 Everything that is old is starting to become new again. This past week, President Trump's new NLRB appointments began to take action to return...


Labor and Employment Law Alert - Ohio Supreme Court Clarifies and Affirms Previous Workers’ Compensation Decisions

USA - October 3 2017 Some recent Supreme Court of Ohio cases shed new light for Ohio employers on workers' compensation issues. Once a Claimant Receives Permanent Total...

Robert W. Sikkel, John T.L. Koenig, Teresa L. Jakubowski, Mark S. Kittaka, William A. Nolan, Janilyn Brouwer Daub, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Kenneth J. Yerkes, David B. Ritter.