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By Christopher Wilkinson, Alexandra Guerra
In the wake of the Ninth Circuit's decision in Rizo v. Yovino, key employer-side groups have expressed support for U.S. Supreme Court review to determine whether employers who rely on prior salary...
By Christopher Wilkinson, David Smith, Annie Prasad
On October 15, 2017, the #MeToo movement began in earnest following a tweet by actress Alyssa Milano.
By Randy Luskey, Lacey Bangle
Imagine this: After years of acrimonious litigation, your company has finally defeated a meritless False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit.
By Thomas Welsh, Ian Adams
After months of preparation, the U.S. Department of Transportation ("USDOT") has released the third iteration of its informal guidance on the development and deployment of highly automated vehicles...
By Karen Johnson-McKewan, Johannes Hsu
Expert witnesses play a critical role in patent litigation, particularly where the subject matter is highly technical. The more specialized the technology, the more common it is for an expert witness
By Roland Chang, Daniel Corbett
On August 7, 2018, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed summary judgment in favor of defendant in Yellowfin Yachts v. Barker Boatworks, LLC. Sending the rival high-end boatmakers back to shore...
By Jill Rosenberg, Christopher Wilkinson, Jessica James, Necia Hobbes
For the second month in a row, the Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has issued guidance to update materials available to federal contractors...
By Timothy J. Long, Jinnifer Pitcher, Kristina Pham
With school back in session, employees may be asking for time off to go to their children's school activities. Employers should know that several states and the District of Columbia...
By Joseph C. Liburt, Megan Lawson, Kayla Delgado, Jen Argyle
As you've likely been monitoring, last month the California legislature passed several bills to Governor Brown for signature ...
By Christopher Wilkinson, Nicholas J. Horton, Alexandra Guerra
A growing number of state and local governments have passed equal pay laws in recent years.
By Erin M. Connell, Gary Siniscalco, Christopher Wilkinson, Kathryn Mantoan
The article highlights key features of OFCCP's approach, analyzes the ways in which it may conflict with Title VII standards, and considers the import of the directive for pending and future enforcement actions by the Agency.
By Jill Rosenberg, Lisa Lupion, Jen Argyle
One week before the October 9, 2018 deadline for compliance with the statewide sexual harassment prevention mandate (the "Mandate"), New York Labor Law § 201-g, New York State...
By André Zimmermann LL.M.
The German Federal Labor Court (judgment of March 20, 2018 – 1 ABR 15/17) has recently clarified a matter of considerable practical relevance for U.S. companies offering stock options to employees of their Germany-based subsidiaries:
By Mario Scofferi
La Consulta ha dichiarato l'illegittimità costituzionale dell'articolo 3, comma 1, del D.Lgs. 4 marzo 2015 sul contratto di lavoro subordinato a tutele crescenti, nella parte in cui determina in modo automatic.
By Mike Delikat, Kathryn Mantoan, Yekaterina Reyzis
Big Law is no stranger to providing advice on pay equity or defending pay equity lawsuits.
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