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Second Circuit finds that employers may be obligated to accommodate a disabled employee's commute

USA - October 11 2011 The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has held that under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and the Rehabilitation Act, employers may be required to assist disabled employees with their commute.

Employers May Not Have To Retain Racists, Sexists And Belligerently Disobedient Employees After All-The NLRB Appears Ready To Rethink Its Positions On Controversial Discipline-Related Doctrines

USA - September 11 2019 It is lawful to discipline and even discharge an employee for making inappropriate or offensive remarks in the workplace. Indeed, current…

John Bolesta, Keahn Morris.

The NLRB Holds That Employers May Implement Class Waivers in Response to Class Claims and Discipline Employees Who Refuse to Sign Them

USA - August 15 2019 Employers wishing to implement class action waivers in response to class claims and discipline employees who refuse to sign them just got some very…

John Bolesta, Keahn Morris.

NLRA “Advice” All Employers Should Consider in a COVID World

USA - July 23 2020 Most employers wrestling with COVID-19 related employment law issues aren’t paying much attention to the labor law issues arising out of the pandemic…

John Bolesta, Keahn Morris.

New York City Council Enacts Package of Bills to Combat Sexual Harassment

USA - April 13 2018 On Wednesday April 11, 2018, the New York City Council enacted a package of eleven bills, collectively titled the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act…

Danielle Thompson.