Jun 19, 2013

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Employment law shake-up call heard
This is Scunthorpe
THE CBI is calling on the Government to embark on a programme of wholesale culture change of the employment tribunals system. With a relentless rise in the backlog of claims waiting to be heard, despite lower volumes overall, the business group said it ...
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Michael Rainer Commercial Law Blog on Lawyers.com
Lawyers.com Blog (blog)
In all legal issues relating to the conclusion of the contract, warning notice or effective termination notice, affected employees should seek counsel from an attorney actively employed in the field of labour law. It should be noted that short ...
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Visa overhaul the most racist law I've seen: Lib
The Australian
LIBERAL MP Don Randall has labelled Labor's 457 visa overhaul to be the "most racist" legislation he has encountered during his time in parliament, as Labor struggled last night to muster support for the bill. Mr Randall made the remark during the ...
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Authorisation to execute a collective labour agreement
International Law Office
The Trade Union Law (2821) and the Collective Agreement, Strike and Lock-Out Law (2822) faced a number of criticisms, in particular for failing to comply with International Labour Organisation standards. For this reason, the Trade Unions and Collective ...
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Most Highly Regarded Firms: Management, Labour & Employment 2013
Who's Who Legal
Barry A Hartstein in Chicago is very highly regarded by peers for his "analytical mind" while DC-based Peter Susser is chair of the international employment law practice group and a "trust adviser" to many high-profile clients. Charles Powell in ...
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Research Trends and Conclusions: Management, Labour & Employment 2013
Who's Who Legal
As a result, lawyers are increasingly finding that companies from these regions are requiring advice on employment laws in Western jurisdictions. Often the legislation is more onerous than their domestic jurisdiction and the level of protection ...
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Labor Department cites 'epidemic' of wage-and-hour violations
Workday Minnesota
And as if to underline the point that DOL Solicitor Patricia Smith made at a New York University Law School symposium on June 6, her old agency, the New York Labor Department, said on June 12 that it's stepping up its wage-and-hour probes, too. Wage ...
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City argues new law will snarl NOPD detail reform
NOLA.com
The new state law bars employees in the city's Office of Police Secondary Employment from speaking with anyone in the NOPD about anything other than off-duty detail assignments. The city can communicate with cops about other subjects, but those ...
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Scottish HR firm completes payroll acquisition
Onrec
One of Scotland's leading independent HR, employment law and health and safety firms has completed an acquisition of a payroll company to enhance its client services. Empire, which is headquartered in Aberdeen and also has offices in Glasgow, has ...
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Second federal appeals court strikes down NLRB's posting requirement
HR.BLR.com
The Board's rule required all employers under its jurisdiction (nearly 6 million employers) to post notice of employees' rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). Among other provisions, the rule stated that an employer's failure to post ...
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Relationships with Top Managers: Is the Market Practice the Best Solution?
Who's Who Legal
Local practice developed a dual system, whereby both commercial and employment law apply to these relationships. Since commercial law alone is sufficient to regulate these relationships, the question arises whether following market practice is in the ...
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Register for The NextWomen's Legal Workshop: Good Employment Practices
The NextWomen Business Magazine
During the practical workshop, employment lawyers Eva Knipschild and Inge de Laat, both Partners at law and notary firm Kennedy Van der Laan,will take you through the legal dos and don'ts of good employment practices, from hiring to dismissal. Inge ...
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But I just work here: Supervisors' personal liability under federal, NC wage ...
WRAL Tech Wire
The analysis under federal law begins with the definition of "employer" set forth in the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 ("FLSA"). Under the FLSA, an "employer" is "any person acting directly or indirectly in the interest of an employer in relation to ...
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EU standardisation of services worries trade unions
Nordic Labour Journal
Just like employment law should not be influenced by the service directive, the Commission should highlight for the standardisation bodies that standards for services must not be dealing with terms of employment, work environment or the right to ...
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Movers & Shakers
Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Chambers USA has given top rankings in South Dakota to Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith LLP in the areas of corporate/commercial law, general commercial litigation, labor and employment law, and real estate law. Sixteen lawyers at the firm were ranked ...
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Tredyffrin/Easttown board votes to limit some employees' hours
Main Line
The reason was due to new mandates in federal laws requiring health care for full-time employees. The new federal law is part of what is technically called the Affordable Care Act but is often called Obamacare. Outsourcing the employees or cutting them ...
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Court Holds Employer Unlawfully Classified Workers As Unpaid Interns
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Analyzing these claims under a six-part test created by the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York held that the interns were employees for purposes of the FLSA and New York law and were entitled to the ...
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Bankruptcy was followed by transfer of business
International Law Office
However, the company's operations were continued by another company with the same owners as the bankrupt one, with a workforce consisting of former employees of the bankrupt company. In connection with the continuation of business, the latter ... In ...
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UTSA Office of Legal Affairs hires Bianca Wyont as junior associate counsel
UTSA Today
(June 18, 2013) -- The UTSA Office of Legal Affairs announces the addition of a new junior associate counsel. Bianca Wyont, who joined the legal affairs office June 3, primarily will handle litigation and employment law issues. Wyont earned an ...
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Transgender Nondiscrimination Law Passes Delaware House
ThinkProgress
If the bill is signed into law, Delaware will become the seventeenth state to legally protect transgender people from discrimination. The Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act would make discrimination on the basis of gender identity illegal in ...
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Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP Continues Growth in Southern California; Adds ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
"The firm's roots as a boutique law firm focused on business litigation, employment law, intellectual property, and healthcare further strengthen those practice areas of Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan and expand our depth in Southern California." Hernandez ...
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You and the Law: Dangerous to trust online background search
Hanford Sentinel
"You cannot rely on online data alone to present a complete picture," Private Investigator Jane Parker tells You and the Law. As Research Administrator for Southern California based Pre-Employment Profiles, her company is often contacted in situations ...
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Post-Contractual Non-Compete Restrictions in Germany
Who's Who Legal
They restrict the employee's professional advancement and possibly limit prospective earning opportunities during the respective term. Therefore German statutory regulations and case law require employers to comply with a number of strict requirements ...
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TJSL offering free legal services in District 8
San Diego Source (subscription)
Nine alumni from TJSL will counsel individuals with diverse legal needs in the following practice areas: landlord/tenant, immigration, family law, foreclosure law, criminal law, small business law, estates and trust, consumer law, and employment law.
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City Notes
Jacksonville Daily Record
Jeffrey Watson, labor and employment law partner, is a litigator with a practice emphasis on noncompete, nonsolicitation and trade secret litigation. • Karl B. Hanson Jr., of counsel, is a commercial real estate attorney. • Brandon Dodd, associate ...
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CBO: Senate Immigration Plan Reduces Deficit, Would Put 8 Million On Path To ...
TIME (blog)
... 0.5 percent higher in 2033, as the amount of capital available to workers would not increase as rapidly as the number of workers and because the new workers would be less skilled and have lower wages, on average, than the labor force under current law.
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Freedom to Work and the New LGBT Advocacy Paradigm
Huffington Post (blog)
This week I had the honor of being chosen chair of the national advisory board of Freedom to Work, the only national organization solely devoted to full and inclusive employment rights for the LGBT population. Working with president Tico Almeida, whom ...
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GOP Lawmakers Blast DOL's Prevailing Wage Calculations
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 18, 2013, 3:08 PM ET) -- Republican members of a U.S. congressional subcommittee on Tuesday assailed the U.S. Department of Labor's methods for determining prevailing wage rates for public works projects under the ...
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Blogs5 new results for Employment Law
 
Legal Alert: Fourth Circuit Finds NLRB Lacked Authority To Issue ...
By FordHarrison
The Fourth Circuit has become the second federal appeals court to strike down the National Labor Relations Board's rule requiring employers to post a notice of employee rights.
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Leaving a Job? What Can You Take With You? - Law and Daily Life
By Aditi Mukherji
Inventors own their patent rights until they transfer them to someone else. However, many employers require employee inventors to assign their patents to the company. To know whether or not you have rights to an invention and/or patent ...
Law and Daily Life
Combat co-worker harassment with effective policy, prompt action ...
By The HR Specialist: New York Employment Law
What should you do if a co-worker admits he harassed another employee? Under the law, you're obliged to stop harassment and then take action to prevent it from happening again. If you fire the alleged (or admitted) harasser, chances are ...
Business Management Daily
Employment Law Blog Carnival: The Summer Blockbuster Edition
By Jon Hyman
Robin Shea, the author of the fabulous Employment & Labor Insider, will host next month's Employment Law Blog Carnival, on July 17. If you want to participate, email her a link to your employment-law-related blog post by July 12. If you want ...
Ohio Employer's Law Blog
Lawffice Space - Employment Law Blog: Are Payroll Cards Illegal in ...
By [email protected] (Philip Miles)
I posted a new entry on the Employment Law Information Network (ELinfonet): Supreme Court Holds that 3rd Party Retaliation Exists… but When?... My New Post on ELinfonet: SCOTUS Defines Class Action Glue in Wal-Mart v. Dukes.
Lawffice Space - Employment Law Blog

Web12 new results for Employment Law
 
State Employment Law Update - June 2013 | BizFilings Toolkit
Recent changes in state employment laws may affect you and your business.
www.bizfilings.com/.../state-employment-law-update-June-20...
Employment Law Update: Background Becomes Battleground ...
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC or Commission) recently filed federal lawsuits against Dollar General and a BMW manufacturing plant ...
www.jdsupra.com/.../employment-law-update-background-be...
Social Media and California Employment Law — Orange County ...
Social media at work In the 21st Century, 'water cooler' talk is increasingly being replaced by online conversations. Chances are your employees are discussing ...
www.orangecountybusinessattorneyblog.com/.../social-media-...
5 Tips on Conducting Exit Interviews - HR & Employment Law - In ...
Conducting exit interviews might be a quick formality at your company, but it's actually a great opportunity to get candid constructive criticism from employees ...
blogs.findlaw.com/.../5-tips-on-conducting-exit-interviews.ht...
EEOC Sues Employers Over Criminal Background Checks - Kansas ...
Last year the EEOC issued Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decision Under Title VII of the Civil ...
www.kansasemploymentlawblog.com/index.cfm?id=421
Nassau County NY Employment Law Lawyer Law Firm
Our employment law firm offers preventative counseling to employers assisting with the preparation and review of employment policies and manuals to ensure ...
abbottreiss.com/nassau-county-ny-employment-law-lawyer_pa...
California lawsuit against Chivas alleges discrimination | Northern ...
Two former youth coaches for the Chivas USA soccer team have filed a lawsuit alleging ethnic discrimination. In a twist.
www.northerncaliforniaemploymentlawattorneys.com/.../califo...
Employment Law Blog: Regzilla Stomps Another One! - Idaho State ...
The Davis Brown Employment and Labor Law Blog provides Iowa human resources directors and employers with the latest on employment law matters, ...
www.davisbrownlaw.com/davis-brown-employment-and-labo...
Employment Law: Key Dates – Summer 2013 - Employment and HR ...
12 Jun 2013 - United Kingdom - Employment and HR - Employment Law: Key Dates – Summer 2013 - MacRoberts - Under the Enterprise and Regulatory Act ...
www.mondaq.com/.../Employment+Law+Key+Dates+Summer...
Oregon Public Employment Law: Recent Developments ...
Miller Nash partners Jeff Chicoine and Mike Porter will be presenting, "Oregon Public Employment Law: Recent Developments" in a webinar on June 25, 2013.
www.millernash.com/oregon-public-employment-law-recent-d...
San Diego Employment Law Attorney | Los Angeles Employee ...
The law office of Emge & Associates protects employees in San Diego and Los Angeles. To contact an experienced attorney, call 1-866-629-3409.
www.emgelawfirm.com/Employment-Law/
Mid-Year Review: The Most Significant California Employment Law ...
2012 first half 2013 new legislation regulations court decisions imposed significant new requirements California employers affect workplace. Join Allen Kato...
www.bna.com/midyear-review-significant-w17179874379/


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