Jun 27, 2013

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Youth employment law amendments proposed
Baltic Times
The draft amendments to the Employment law provided by the president propose to empower persons aged 16 to 29 years to individually, without a go-between, conclude a practice, or internship agreement with an employer. The total period of such practice ...
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Quick New York City Council Employment Law Legislative Update
The National Law Review
Tomorrow, the NYC Council is likely to override Mayor Bloomberg's veto on the Earned Sick Time Act. As described here, the Act, which requires employers to provide paid sick time, will go into effect next April if certain economic conditions persist ...
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Avon Accused Of Labor Law Violations
Hartford Courant
AVON — The union representing public works employees has filed complaints against the town accusing it of anti-union activity and violating labor laws. Two complaints were filed with the State Board of Labor Relations on May 31. A hearing could be ...
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UPA on course to destroy more jobs with minimum wage law
Calling the government's acceptance of trade union demands as "unfair, delusional and economically stupid" he points out that the law will cover only organised labour - already a pampered lot. He calls the idea economically stupid "because the cost of ...
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Employment Tribunal Changes – July 2013
Business advice for new businesses
There is little doubt that as a society we are far more happy turning to the law for redress than we were before and certainly from my own experience, I've seen some highly questionable Employment Tribunal claims that may well have been written at ...
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Gay federal employees praise DOMA decision
Washington Post
Federal employees such as Koski have long been at the forefront of the effort to defeat DOMA, either in court or in Congress. They have been hit especially hard by the law. On top of whatever advantages were denied to other same-sex married couples, ...
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New York Law Requires Chaperones and Certificates on the Catwalk: A New ...
The National Law Review
The bill, once signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo, would amend the Labor Law and Arts and Cultural Affairs law that currently regulate the employment and education of child performers to include runway and print models. As a result of the ...
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China introduces more control over use of temporary workers
China introduces more control over use of temporary workers. FOCUS: From 1 July 2013 it will be more difficult to operate a labour dispatch enterprise, offering temporary workers to employers, in China following a change in Chinese labour law. 27 Jun 2013.
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Virginia law protects employees' personal identifying information effective July 1
This exclusive special report covers hiring records, employment relationships, termination records, litigation issues, electronic information issues, tips for better recordkeeping, and a list of legal requirements. Download Now. "Personal identifying ...
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European Court ruling clarifies agency workers' rights
Shout 99
ARC chairman, Adrian Marlowe said: "This case underlines the fact that in Europe agency workers are treated as having different rights from employees, and that it is not the intention that agency workers can be entitled to employment rights. Instead ...
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CA Labor Commissioner Cites Fresno Assisted Care Facility $1.6M
Justice News Flash
The California Labor Commissioner' office has cited a Fresno assisted living facility for over $1.6 million for labor law violations that affected 11 caregivers from November 2011 to April 2013, reports San Francisco employment lawyer Eric Grover.
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Redundancy and reductions in force — a key employment law challenge
The Lawyer (subscription)
DLA Piper has introduced the first edition of Be Alert Asia Pacific, its Asia-Pacific employment law newsletter. This newsletter focuses on key employment law topics and issues affecting human resources professionals, management personnel and in-house ...
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Who Is a Supervisor Under Title VII? U.S. Supreme Court Answers This Question
The National Law Review
The General Counsel of the EEOC, however, has expressed his disappointment in the ruling and in the Court's failure to defer to the Agency's long standing interpretation of the law, and employee organizations have parroted the concern expressed in the ...
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Managing Employee Leaves
Canadian HR Reporter
She is an accomplished litigator with significant experience acting for large and small corporations and institutional clients in employment law, occupational health and safety, workplace safety and insurance, and commercial litigation matters. A ...
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Supreme Court Endorses Narrow Definition of "Supervisor" in Discrimination ...
The National Law Review
About the Author. Jennifer Cerven. Staff Attorney. Jennifer Cerven is a staff attorney in the Chicago, Illinois office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, where she is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Department. jennifer.cerven@btlaw.com. 312-214-8323.
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ENDA Could Ride Gay Rights Wave
Roll Call (blog)
ENDA, which would expand anti-discrimination laws to gays and lesbians, is scheduled for a July 10 markup in the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Besides Merkley, the legislation's 52 co-sponsors include all but three Senate ...
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Todisco Named to UNH Alumni Association Board of Directors
Todisco is a member of the firm's Labor and Employment Law, Long Term Care, Health Care, and Administrative Appeals practice groups. He counsels employers in all areas of labor and employment law and represents employers in labor and employment ...
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Starting July 1 New Colorado Law Specifies Permissible Use of Credit Reports ...
A new law passed by the Colorado General Assembly that takes effect July 1, 2013 – SB13-018, the "Employment Opportunity Act" – will specify the permissible use of credit reports by employers. The Act outlines the purposes for which consumer credit ...
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Labour Law: Failure to Observe a Deadline Can Lead to Dismissal of the Claim
SBWire (press release)
If employees want to assert damages claims based on a breach of the provisions of the AGG by the employer in the context of applications being rejected, this generally requires immediate action. According to the Court, dismissals are to be appealed ...
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Detroit emergency manager notifies unions their contracts are expiring; New ...
Orr, appointed by the governor in March to address the city's growing deficit and massive debt, has the authority under the state's financial emergency law to impose new employment terms. But, his office said today, the law also requires him to "meet ...
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Nick Rowe at Maitland Walker: Employment change equals opportunity
South West Business
Even in the constantly-evolving area of employment law, the next few months will bring significant challenges for employers. With some fundamental changes on the horizon, we are working with our employer and HR professional clients to prepare them for ...
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New fracking law provides the proper balance
McLeansboro Times Leader
Before we even began negotiations, my main priority was to protect our precious groundwater in Southern Illinois while balancing the need to create opportunities for gainful employment here at home, which we were able to accomplish. This new law is a ...
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New Proposals For Amending The Romanian Labour Code
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
More over, non-fulfilment of the performance objectives should not trigger dismissal for professional incompliance, as the labour law currently provided. Rather, it should be a condition for a higher salary or for promotion. To this end, a special ...
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Law firm to settle EEOC pregnancy bias lawsuit for $18000
Business Insurance
A Washington-based law firm has agreed to pay $18,000 to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The settlement resolves a lawsuit filed last year against James E. Brown & Associates P.L.L.C. ...
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New healthcare rights, thanks to DOMA ruling
Jonathan Calpas, an associate attorney in healthcare and employment law with Ballard Spahr in Philadelphia, said a particularly thorny question arises in cases where same-sex couples in Pennsylvania have valid New York marriage licenses—not an ...
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Employers Win In Recent 6th Circuit Pregnancy Wrongful Termination Claims
The National Law Review
In both instances the employer had well-documented evidence to support their termination actions. In conclusion, despite the increased emphasis on claims of pregnancy discrimination, the law is clear that an employer can take adverse employment action ...
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Vacuum company sucks it up, agrees to settle bias suit
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on June 27, 2013 12:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Waconia-based Applied Vacuum Technologies (AVT) has settled a disability discrimination suit with the EEOC. A former ...
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Dell workers lose case against computer giant
Irish Times
A Rights Commissioner had ruled in November 2009 that Dell breached Section 9 of the Protection of Employment Act but that decisiom was overturned on appeal by the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The workers then appealed to the High Court. Today, Mr ...
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5 New Rights For Employees In Same-Sex Marriage
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 26, 2013, 6:10 PM ET) -- The U.S. Supreme Court's mandate for federal recognition of lawful same-sex marriages means that employers must start offering many common benefits to employees in such marriages. Occasionally, this ...
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Top firms trim fat as mid-tier beefs up
The Australian
Legal employment and partner numbers are growing at most mid-tier practices while they are generally shrinking at the big national and international firms. Digital Pass $1 for first 28 Days ... "The big law firms will always look for graduates ...
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Is the EEOC Out of Control?
Fox Business
You're watching... Is the EEOC Out of Control? Advertisement. Details. Description. WSJ editorial board member Mary Kissel and employment law attorney Bill Frumkin discuss the EEOC discrimination suit. Duration 5:44; Date Jun 26, 2013. Advertisement ...
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What today's DOMA ruling means for Minnesota businesses
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal (blog)
"If we had not legalized same sex marriage in Minnesota then today's ruling would not have mattered, would not have had much impact on Twin Cities employers," said Sarah Riskin, a labor and employment lawyer at Minneapolis law firm Nilan Johnson ...
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Q&A With Putney Twombly's Jerome Coleman
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (June 26, 2013, 1:31 PM ET) -- Jerome P. Coleman is a partner in Putney Twombly Hall & Hirson LLP. He is a labor and employment lawyer, counselor and litigator and chairs the firm's trade secrets and covenants practice. He represents ...
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Justice Dept, Macy's settle employment allegations
The anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act law bars employers from demanding more or different identification documents from employees based on workers' immigration status and prohibits employers from limiting those ...
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Lawffice Space - Employment Law Blog: What About Pennsylvania ...
By Philip Miles
To that end, I think there's a "catch" to the Supreme Court's ruling. What about employees who are lawfully married in one state and work in another state? For example, Delaware will recognize same-sex marriages starting on July 1, 2013.
Lawffice Space - Employment Law Blog

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Changes to the employment law in the Dubai International Financial ...
The DIFC is a separate legal jurisdiction in Dubai. It was established in 2004 and has its own civil and commercial laws which are based on common law pri.
International Employment Law | The Labor Dish
What if home (or "summer home") is in another state? Or in another country? Start with employment law. Many foreign jurisdictions will… Continue Reading.
Public Sector Labor Law and Employment Law
Areas of Practice Public Sector Labor Law and Employment Law As noted above, Nancy and Brian together bargain 20-25 labor contracts a year for Oregon ...
Labor & Employment Law Alert - A Good Day for Employers - Barnes ...
Download a PDF of the Barnes & Thornburg LLP Labor & Employment Law Alert, "A Good Day for Employers – Supreme Court Issues Two Favorable Decisions".
Supreme Court Clarifies Sexual Harassment Law | OMW ...
This post was written by Patrick Pearce, a Member of OMW's Employment and Labor Law Practice Group. He can be reached at ppearce@omwlaw.com. This is  ...
Pennsylvania Bar Institute's Employment Law Handbook that ...
PICPA Natural Gas Conference. 8/5/2013. Advanced Employment Law: Working Through Common Problems. 7/12/2013. 5th Annual Whiskey Rebellion Dinner ...
Date Announced for 2013 Davenport Evans ... - Sioux Falls
Every year Human Resources professionals and others involved in employee relations look forward to the annual Davenport Evans Employment Law Update.
EMPLOYMENT LAW and LITIGATION. As a company grows, so does its need to understand employment law and human resources issues. Claims of ...
Pre-Employment Preparation for Law Enforcement - Santa Ana ...
Are you planning on testing to be in the law enforcement field? If so, then Pre- Employment Preparation for Law Enforcement is the class for you. The PEP class  ...
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One area that has always been, and will certain remain, popular is provide guidance and opinions on various aspects of labor and employment law.

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