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Employment and immigration issues facing banks

USA - December 17 2014 Many banksincluding large, sophisticated banksare facing class action lawsuits for not compensating non-exempt employees for compensable work...

Jay A. Steinman, Lauren M. Pizzo, Maria Mejia-Opaciuch.

Wage and hour lawsuits pose an ongoing threat

USA - May 22 2014 Wage and hour cases continue to flood the courts. During the yearlong period ending March 31, 2014, approximately 8,126 lawsuits were filed seeking...

James M. Sconzo.

Hiring and retaining individuals with criminal histories

USA - December 2 2013 According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, taking employment action based on an individual's criminal history can amount to...

Allison Oasis Kahn.

How to control a reduction in force

USA - July 31 2013 Reductions in force (RIFs) can lead to expensive and distracting litigation, and potential liability. Unfortunately, in today's economy RIFs may be...