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By Jeffrey Mokotoff, Courtney Majors
Last month, California's Fourth District Court of Appeal issued AMN Healthcare, Inc. v. Aya Healthcare Servs., Inc., 28 Cal. App. 5th 923 (Cal. Ct. App. 2018).
By Shane Muñoz
Effective January 1, 2019, Florida's minimum wage rate will increase from $8.25 per hour to $8.46 per hour. The increase is calculated by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and is based...
By Kristin Starnes Gray
In this three-part series, we are exploring best practices for handling a charge of discrimination.
By Rachel Ullrich
Austin's paid sick leave ordinance, which was supposed to go into effect this past October, has been held unconstitutional by the Third Court of Appeals in Austin.
By Salvador Simao, Joanna Rich, Priya Amin
Executive Summary: Winter Storm Avery may be on its way out, but the early winter weather is a reminder that employers should be prepared to address storm-related issues ...
By Tiffany Downs, Jeffrey Mokotoff, Salvador Simao
FordHarrison is excited to share with you the new Ius Laboris flagship publication The Word along with the Ius Laboris digital knowledge platform, The Word online
By Johanna G. Zelman, Jeffrey Douglas
The first decision by United States Supreme Court this term, Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido, has broadened liability for small public employers nationwide by holding unanimously the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) applies to all state and local public sector employers irrespective of size.
By Kristin Starnes Gray
In this three-part series, we are exploring best practices for handling a charge of discrimination. The first part of the series addressed important preliminary questions you should be asking...
By Shane Muñoz, Frederick Warren, Eric Su, Philip Davidoff
Executive Summary: The Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has announced it will no longer apply the "80/20 rule" to tipped employees ...
By Kimberly Ross
On August 24, 2018, Governor Bruce Rauner signed into law Public Act 100-1066, which makes several significant changes to the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA).
By Kristin Starnes Gray
So you've just received a charge of discrimination from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") or a local agency. Now what? In this three-part series,
By Michelle Harkavy
Employers are required to provide policy and training materials in an employee's primary language.
By Bari Goldstein, Michelle Schlesinger
Executive Summary: The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released new Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) notices and certification forms on September 4, 2018.
By Jeffrey Mokotoff, Kristina Griffin
Georgia's Restrictive Covenants Act (the "RCA") became effective in May 2011, but it took nearly six years before a court published a decision interpreting the statute in the context of a non-competition provision
By Nancy Van Der Veer Holt, Bari Goldstein, Jaime B. Wamble
Executive Summary: Over the last two months, the Department of Labor's (DOL) Office of Federal Contract and Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued seven new directives under the OFCCP's Acting Director...
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