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U.S. Department of Labor’s PAID Program Goes Into Effect: NY Attorney General Says “Not So Fast”

USA - May 2 2018 Last month, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division’s Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program went into effect. The...

Zachary Siegel.

New Jersey on Cusp of Rigorous Equal Pay Law

USA - April 4 2018 Last week, both houses of the New Jersey Legislature passed a sweeping equal pay bill that Governor Phil Murphy is expected to sign promptly. When...

David J. Baron.

Labor Department Launches Pilot Program For Employers to Self-Report Wage Violations

USA - March 8 2018 During a Congressional hearing on March 6th, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta unveiled a six-month pilot program intended to encourage employers to...

Zachary Siegel, David J. Baron.

Second Circuit Holds That Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination

USA - February 28 2018 On February 26, 2018, in a landmark decision continuing the expansion of Title VII’s protection, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals became the...

David W.D. Mitchell, William P. Flanagan.

New California Law: Employers Must “Resist” Federal Immigration Agents

USA - February 15 2018 Effective January 1, 2018, the California Immigrant Worker Protection Act (the “Act”) requires private and public employers to “resist” informal...

Robin J. Samuel.