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Supreme Court Rules That Filing an EEOC Charge Is Only Procedural, Not Jurisdictional

USA - June 10 2019 On June 3, 2019, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Fort Bend County, Texas v. Davis, No. 18-525, that while employees seeking to bring claims...

Are You Ready for Your Summer Interns?

USA - May 6 2019 The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and kids everywhere are counting down the days until summer vacation begins. For many...

Tips for drafting enforceable arbitration agreements (Part 2)

USA - March 7 2019 Arbitration agreements with employees are a hot topic - and continue to make headlines. As we covered in Part 1 of this blog series, there are many...

Should You Require Employees to Sign Arbitration Agreements? (Part 1)

USA - January 22 2019 As we covered last year, the United States Supreme Court held in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis that employment contracts can legally bar employees from...

Why Should You Be Thinking About Your Employees’ Workplace Privacy?

USA - January 8 2019 Do you monitor your employees using technology? Would you consider making them wear wristbands or other devices capturing their every move? This...