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By Mark Schmidtke, Sean P. Nalty
In Josef K. v. California Physicians' Service, No. 18-cv-06385-YGR (U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, June 3, 2019), Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers concluded that an independent medical review organization ...
By James J. Plunkett
Wage and Hour Rulemaking News. June 12, 2019, was the deadline for submission of public comments in response to the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour's Division's (WHD)
By Rachel Reingold Mandel
In a joint statement issued earlier this week, Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker, state senate president Karen Spilka, and state house speaker Robert DeLeo announced a three-month delay to the contributions...
By Jillian R. O'Brien
The law applies to ISPs operating in Maine that provide Internet access to customers physically located and billed for services received in Maine.
By Melissa Manna, Andrea Davis
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released its spring 2019 regulatory agenda, highlighting the agency's rulemaking priorities through 2019.
By Michael V. Furlong, Jennifer L. Colvin
The Act provides employers with strong workplace protections, more than any other state that has legalized marijuana use.
By Melissa Manna, Melina V. Villalobos, Lisa M. Taylor
USCIS began processing those requests on May 20, 2019.
By Morgan Pike Epperson, T. Scott Kelly
On June 11, 2019, Governor Kay Ivey signed Alabama House Bill 225, making Alabama the 49th state to adopt equal pay legislation.
By Kayla McCann, Sarah Platt, Christine Bestor Townsend
After ending 2018 with a slew of new employment laws, Illinois continues to enact legislation impacting employers.
By Christina Wabiszewski
The Iowa Supreme Court released five eagerly awaited opinions upholding the 2017 amendments to the Public Employment Relations Act (PERA).
By Lawrence Smith, Tiffany Cox Stacy, Corey E. Tanner
Despite broad-based support, the Texas Legislature failed to pass a law preempting the type of paid sick leave ordinances enacted in Austin, San Antonio, and most recently Dallas before the end of its regular session on May 27, 2019.
By James J. Plunkett
The Buzz was away last week, so we didn't get a chance to comment on the departure of L. Francis Cissna from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
By Morgan Pike Epperson, T. Scott Kelly
Federal law already prohibits employers from paying an employee less than employees of another sex for equal work, unless the employer bases the wage difference on statutorily defined factors.
By Sean Paisan
On May 29, 2019, the California State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 25. The bill now moves to the state senate for a vote.
By Jillian R. O'Brien
These provisions would go into effect on July 1, 2020.
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