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Emphasizing “Entrepreneurial Opportunity,” The NLRB Returns To Business-Friendly Independent Contractor Test

USA - January 29 2019 On January 25, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board reaffirmed its adherence to the traditional common law independent contractor test for...

Caroline Burnett, Remi Balogun.

From The Seventh Circuit: Class Arbitration Determination Is For Courts

USA - November 5 2018 The Seventh Circuit recently clarified that courts should determine whether an arbitration agreement provides for or permits class-action claims. The...

Melissa Logan.

New Expense Reimbursement Requirements For Illinois Employers

USA - November 1 2018 Illinois employers will have a new headache this new year, because as of January 1, 2019, they must reimburse employees for all “necessary...

Remi Balogun.

Termination Of An MBE Can Lead To Liability

USA - October 29 2018 Government contractors are familiar with the obligation to retain minority or women-owned businesses as subcontractors to obtain government work...

Emily Paige Harbison.

The DOL Creates A New Compliance Office And Announces Six New Opinion Letters

USA - September 14 2018 US Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta, recently announced the creation of a new office, the Office of Compliance Initiatives. The “OCI” will be...

Jenna Neumann.