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Home healthcare aides file class action lawsuit against employer for withholding overtime wages

USA - April 26 2010 The Department of Labor reports that home health aide work is one of the fastest growing occupations in New York City....

Nicholas Soivilien.

Company and its outside counsel are barred from reading personal e-mail messages between employee and her attorney

USA - April 8 2010 As email has become the dominant mode of workplace communication, employers have attempted to make clear through written policies that there is no expectation of privacy when one utilizes company-provided computers and internet systems....

Barbara A. Lee.

Court declines to apply ‘bona fide executive’ exception to former in-house counsel

USA - December 4 2009 Certain companies have mandatory retirement policies that apply to senior executives who meet the requirements of the "bona fide executive" exemption under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA")....

Emily Moloney Smith.

Employers brace themselves for expected enactment of Employee Free Choice Act

USA - February 13 2009 On March 1, 2007, by a vote of 241-185, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 800, the Employee Free Choice Act of 2007 (EFCA), a bill that has revived concern among employers given the strong support that it has received from the Obama Administration....