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By David Harvey
Last week, the Wage and Hour Division of the US DoL issued a 219-page Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and accompanying FAQs regarding the regulations defining who is a "white collar" overtime exempt employee.
By Jonathan D. Goins, Robert M. Collins, John Rose
Washington , D.C., (March 12, 2019) – On March 4, 2019, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision overturning the Ninth Circuit Court's award of $12.8 million in costs in the copyright
By Monica E. Boutros
The "Time's Up" and "Me Too" movements have sparked societal change in many ways, including in our legal system. In response, the California Legislature quickly enacted several new ...
By Alyssa K. Sandrowitz
In a curious legal scenario, the USPTO recently filed an amicus brief at the request of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, supporting a "counterintuitive" reading of the American Invents Act (AIA).
By Bradley A. Singer
Miami, Fla. (March 5, 2019) – What if you determine that your company or insured has grounds to dismiss a state court complaint as well as a basis to remove the action to federal court?
By Karen Luh
You've obtained an unfavorable trial court order, but you have no right to appeal. If you are in California, you are likely not without some relief.
By Daniel C. DeCarlo
In a decision that did not surprise many, the United State Supreme Court held unanimously that indeed, the Copyright Act means what is says, namely,
By Kerri R. Lutfey
This usually means the employee is required to make a quick call to check-in to see if they have to come in to work.
By Lindsey Smith, Jenna Disser, Alyssa Watzman
The Illinois Supreme Court held that Six Flags' failure to obtain consent was more than a mere technicality and posed a real and significant injury to the plaintiff, establishing standing.
By John Christie
Columbus, Ohio (February 28, 2019) - Ohio is unique in its Workers' Compensation laws.
By Brendan Sapien
Payroll companies are often an invaluable resource in operating your business, but they can also be a source of frustration or, in the worst case scenario, potential legal exposure.
By Christopher E. Ballod, Sean Hoar
You attempt to log on to your computer, but it is non-responsive. Other users are also having trouble logging on.
By Nicole Ordonez, Elisaveta Dolghih, Addison E. Fontein
Dallas, Texas (February 26, 2019) - Litigation arising out of automobile crashes resulting from the use of smartphones and similar modern technology is on the rise. Recently, the Fifth Circuit Court
By John M. Borelli
The Philadelphia Fair Workweek Employment Standards Ordinance ("Ordinance") establishes work scheduling and pay requirements for certain employers in the retail, hospitality and food service industry.
By Jordan Ford, Jeremy K. Schrag, Jessica Skladzien, Laura J. Anson, Christina M. Guerin, Morgan L. Simpson
The U.S. Department of Education has proposed new regulations that, if adopted, would significantly change the landscape of Title IX sexual misconduct investigations.
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