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The Potential Pitfalls Of Using Non-Competes For Low-Wage Workers
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • November 28 2018

The Bloomberg Editorial Board recently published an article entitled “Too Many Workers Are Trapped By Non-Competes” arguing that the practice of


The Shifting Sands of the Joint Employer Test
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • October 2 2018

The National Labor Relations Board is signaling yet another change to the joint employer test in its recent issuance of a new proposed rule. The Board


Revisiting The NLRB’s Workplace Rule Standards
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • May 16 2018

We wrote recently about the Trump Administration’s efforts to roll back the Obama-era NLRB’s workplace handbook and rule restrictions. It’s time to


NLRB Rolls Back Obama-Era Workplace Handbook and Rule Restrictions
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • March 21 2018

For the past several years, folks in the HR space have had to pay special attention to the language in their handbooks and employment policies out of


5 Employment Law Predictions for 2018 - Part II
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • January 25 2018

Part I of this post offered predictions related to DOL Opinion Letters and a likely rule increasing the minimum exempt salary level under the FLSA


5 Employment Law Predictions for 2018 - Part I
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • January 23 2018

With the holidays now over and everyone settling back into our regular work routines, some predictions on labor and employment law developments for


Two Bulls in a China Shop: The EEOC and the DOJ
  • Troutman Sanders LLP
  • USA
  • October 19 2017

United States executive agencies are practically always on the same page when presenting to the public. So, it is incredibly unusual to see two such



Evan Gibbs
  • Troutman Sanders LLP