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By Robert Whitman, Michael Wexler
As they have each year since 2016, the minimum wage and exempt salary threshold will increase for New York employers effective December 31, 2018, with large employers in New York City being the first to hit the $15...
By Jake Downing, Jessica Stricklin
Hopefully still in time for 2019 plan design discussions, on November 9, 2018, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to amend IRS regulations related to hardship distributions from 401(k) and 403(b) plans
By Jinouth Vasquez Santos
Michigan becomes the tenth state to legalize cannabis on a recreational level, and Missouri and Utah now join thirty-one other states who have legalized medical marijuana.
By Mark Lies II, Adam Young, Daniel R. Birnbaum
The flu and cold season is now approaching.
By Abigail Cahak, Noah Finkel
For about a decade, restaurant employers have faced the daunting prospect of collective and class action litigation by their servers and bartenders paid under the tip credit claiming that they spent more than 20% of their time ...
By Mark Lies II, Adam Young, Daniel R. Birnbaum
The flu and cold season is now approaching. Employers face concerns about how to respond to highly infectious diseases when an employee reports such illness.
By Sharisse R. Deal, David Kadue
Constance Ramos, a former partner of the Winston & Strawn law firm, sued Winston under California statutes addressing discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and unfair pay.
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana. And what a week it was!
By Joshua Henderson, Timothy M. Hoppe
Seyfarth Synopsis: AB 1654 provides a PAGA exemption for certain employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement. While AB 1654 is limited to the construction industry,
By Thomas Horan, Sam Schwartz-Fenwick
Seyfarth Synopsis: A recent case from the Eastern District of Pennsylvania reaffirms the basic principle that a threshold element of any ERISA claim is pleading the existence of an ERISA plan.
By Sai Pidatala
Landmark legislation in the United Arab Emirates (the "UAE") has recently been passed which formalizes a framework to allow for relaxed rules on foreign investment into the country and, most importantly, for 100% of foreign ownership in certain sectors.
By John Ayers-Mann, Patrick Bannon
Although an employee can prove discrimination by showing that an employer's reasons for adverse action are pretextual.
By Susan Ryan
Welcome to a special post-Election Day edition of The Blunt Truth.
By Joshua Seidman, Marlin Duro, Tracy Billows, William Perkins
Seyfarth Synopsis: Last month, Westchester County became the second New York State municipality - and first county - to pass a mandatory paid sick leave ordinance.
By Alison Loomis
Seyfarth Synopsis: Employers may challenge whether unions still have majority support between the date that agreement on a collective bargaining agreement was reached and the date that the agreement
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