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California Becomes First State To Mandate Female Board Of Directors

USA - October 1 2018 California just became the first state to require companies to put female directors on their boards. “Given all the special privileges that...

Caroline Burnett.

New York Delivers Good News For Independent Contractors (Though Risks Of The Modern Workforce For California Companies And Multinationals Remain)

USA - September 11 2018 With the modern workforce comes modern employment problems. Businesses and workers alike have embraced the “gig economy,” but employment laws were not...

Melissa Logan, Meredith L. Kaufman.

Equal pay audits: an important diagnostic tool to help close the gender pay gap

Global - May 31 2018 For most organizations, the single biggest cause of the gender pay gap is the lack of women in senior roles, which is primarily driven by challenges...

Richard Cook, Monica R. Kurnatowska.

Employment Arbitration Agreements With Class Action Waivers Are Enforceable

USA - May 21 2018 The US Supreme Court issued a highly anticipated decision on May 21, 2018 in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, holding that class action waivers in...

William (Bill) F. Dugan, Todd K. Boyer, Michael E. Brewer, Meredith L. Kaufman, Jordan A. Faykus.

California Supreme Court Delivers Blow to Use of Independent Contractors

USA - May 3 2018 On April 30, 2018, the California Supreme Court issued a sweeping decision dramatically changing the legal landscape for California’s gig economy. In...

Todd K. Boyer, Michael E. Brewer, Robin Samuel, Joseph W. Deng, Benjamin Ho.