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Rolling the dice with independent contractors - employee misclassification can prove to be a risky and expensive game of roulette when an injury occurs!

USA - November 1 2022 Let's face it -employees are expensive. Labor costs are one of the biggest costs of doing business and go beyond just wages. They also include…

Ohio’s “New” Overtime Pay Law

USA - July 20 2022 Ohio Senate Bill 47 (SB 47) took effect on July 6, 2022. This law does not break any new ground, but rather aligns Ohio's overtime pay requirements…

She Shoots, She Scores, She Gets Paid What She Deserves

USA - May 20 2022 Like a cross off the foot of Megan Rapinoe towards the head of Abby Wambach, you expect the ball to find the back of the net. But, it's still…

Rounding Third and (Finally) Heading For Home

USA - April 11 2022 It was looking a little sketchy, but baseball is finally back. After a bit of a pause, the long-standing unofficial Cincinnati holiday of opening day…

Don’t Trip Over the Dog! Employers Face New Challenges With Their Workers’ Compensation Programs With the Normalization of Remote Work Employees

USA - April 4 2022 The last two years brought changes that no one could have ever anticipated, and it is safe to say that life as we know it was forever changed by…

Walmart: Save Money. Live Better? Maybe Not if You’re a New Mom.

USA - March 1 2022 In February 2022, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of Iowa against Walmart alleging violations of…

That’s All Folks … For Now

USA - January 26 2022 In the words of famed legal scholar, Porky Pig, “That’s all Folks.” The OSHA mandate for employers with 100 or more employees is dead effective today…

Supreme Court Reinstitutes CMS COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate: UPDATE

USA - January 18 2022 This update replaces the Phase 1 and Phase 2 implementation dates in our previous blog post written January 13th for those states* identified in the…

Supreme Court Reinstitutes CMS COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

USA - January 13 2022 The Supreme Court stayed the preliminary injunction which had previously prevented enforcement of the CMS vaccine mandate from going into effect…

The OSHA COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard for Employers With 100 or More Employees is Stayed Pending Review in the Sixth Circuit

USA - January 13 2022 Throughout the 30-page decision, the Supreme Court noted that it is likely the Secretary lacked authority to impose the OSHA mandate which is "a…