Jul 1, 2013

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Collecting California Labor Law Settlements Remains a Challenge
LawyersandSettlements.com
Sacramento, CA: The thrust and intent of California labor law remains an honest day's wage for an honest day's work, a philosophy supported and vigorously defended by the Office of the California Labor Commissioner. However, despite the best efforts of ...
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Labor Law: Working with employees when the military calls them up
Richmond Times Dispatch
We will celebrate July 4 this week thanks to the men and women in the military who keep our nation free. On Memorial Day, I discussed military family leave benefits under the FMLA. For July 4, this article discusses an important employee benefit for ...
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Analysis: Judge closes door on employee harassment lawsuits
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
CHICAGO -- Vance v. Ball State University, decided last week by the Supreme Court, concerns an employer's liability, under federal civil rights law, for sexual or racial harassment of one employee by another. If the harasser is just a co-worker of the ...
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Withy King recruits experienced Swindon employment lawyer
Swindon Business News
Employment law specialist Lauren Harkin has joined law firm Withy King's Swindon team as an associate from Lemon & Co, also based in the town. Lauren works closely with directors and HR decision-makers as well as employees on a wide range of ...
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New exit and entry law effective
China Daily
The law says foreigners must obtain valid identification documents when working in China, adding that foreigners may not be employed without valid employment certificates. According to the law, employers will be fined 10,000 yuan ($1,620) for every ...
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Meet to discuss implementation of maternity benefit law
Zee News
Sisram Ola, Minister of Labour and Employment will raise the issue of maternity protection which is an essential pre-requisite for women's rights and gender equality with regard to their work and profession. Meet to discuss implementation of maternity ...
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Legal Briefing: Be aware of federal rules governing summer internships
Billings Gazette
Eric Nord works for the Crist, Krogh & Nord Law Firm in Billings, specializing his practice in the area of business law and litigation with a special emphasis on commercial transactions, employment law, real estate, construction law, and corporate ...
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Heather Anderson: Employers have legal duties regarding jury duty
Knoxville News Sentinel
Although federal law does not require that employers pay an employee's hourly wage while serving, Tennessee law requires that the employee be paid her usual wages, including time spent traveling to and from court for jury duty (even if the employee is ...
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EDL Contract Workers Stage Sit-in over Urgent Employment Draft-Law
Naharnet
Electricite du Liban contract workers held a sit-in and blocked the highway near the company's headquarters in Beirut on Monday to protest an urgent draft-law on their employment put on the agenda of a parliamentary session. One contract worker ...
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Break in employment may cut hostile environment liability
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law on June 30, 2013 4:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. If an employee chooses to return to work in a hostile environment, that makes it much harder to successfully sue for harassment.
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Mourant Ozannes - New work and housing laws evolutionary rather than ...
International Finance Centre
The new law will come into force today and a number of HR professionals, business leaders, lawyers and estate agents attended the two Mourant Ozannes sessions to find out what changes are being introduced. The panel included employment lawyers and ...
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Rep. Young introduces SAW Act to repeal Obamacare definition of full-time ...
MENAFN.COM
Young pointed out that the Affordable Care Act marks the first time that full-time employment has been explicitly defined in federal law, and it was set at a level that is incompatible with existing legal provisions that use the 40-hour standard. For ...
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Litigating former Warner intern also sues New York studio over employment ...
Complete Music Update
As previously reported, Justin Henry launched a class action last month against the Atlantic US division of Warner, claiming that its policy of utilising unpaid interns breached New York state employment laws. The claimant is seeking payment for the ...
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Tom Rooney Looks to Change Full-Time Employment Under Obama's ...
Sunshine State News (blog)
On Friday, U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Fla., joined up with U.S. Rep. Todd Young, R-Ind., to unveil a bill looking to change the definition of full-time employment under the federal health-care law signed by President Barack Obama. Under the law, employees ...
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Government to form committee for reviving GSP
DhakaTribune
In the wake of the suspension of GSP (Generalised System of Preferences) facility by the US government for Bangladesh, the government on Monday decided to form a high-profile committee to pinpoint loopholes in the existing labour law and put forward ...
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Criminal Background Checks: EEOC Enforcement And Ban-The-Box Update
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
In the jurisdictions that have these laws, specific procedures are laid out. Typically, the question is prohibited on the application itself. If an applicant is considered or referred for employment, the question may be asked at a later stage in the ...
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Obamacare: Americans Wary, Temp Firms Eager
Moneynews
Meanwhile, Time magazine reported that temporary employment staffing agencies may be a major beneficiary of Obamacare, because the law requires that companies with more than 50 full-time employees provide them all healthcare benefits or pay a ...
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News laws kick in around nation on July 1
Boston.com
TECH: Dozens of states examined technology laws. Recently passed legislation in eight states will prevent businesses from demanding passwords to social media sites as a condition of employment. The law in Washington state also stops employers from ...
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Got Severance? Supreme Court May Have To Decide This One
Forbes
Severance pay is gap pay to cover some period of time after the employee finishes rendering services. This distinction may not seem important, but significant tax dollars can turn on it. The law is strangely muddled. Severance can be paid for a variety ...
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Leading Law Firm Womble Carlyle Selects Infinisource for Workforce ...
Wall Street Journal
Infinisource is a leader in employment law, compliance and education. For more information, please visit www.infinisource.com. About Womble Carlyle. Womble Carlyle is a 550-attorney law firm that corporate clients rely on to provide core legal services ...
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What Google Glass Means for Workplace Policy
Mashable
Eric B. Meyer, a partner in the labor and employment group at the law firm of Dilworth Paxson LLP and author of the blog The Employer Handbook, sees other industries that might be impacted by Glass. "In industries and businesses where confidentiality ...
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Rodriguez Law, P.C. Supports Investigation into Allegations of Harassment and ...
DigitalJournal.com
Argilio Rodriguez is the founder of Rodriguez Law, P.C., a litigation boutique focusing on labor & employment, business & commercial disputes, civil rights, and pro bono matters. He is a vocal advocate of labor and immigrant rights. Rodriguez Law seeks ...
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Under China's new immigration law, harsher fines for illegal foreigners
South China Morning Post
Their employers would be fined up to 100,000 yuan per individual illegal employee. Some 47,100 foreigners were caught violating the immigration law last year, according to data released by the Ministry of Public Security earlier this year. The new law ...
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Some arrests to be hidden on background checks because of new law
Macon Telegraph (blog)
With a new law taking effect Monday, some records of old arrests that haven't gone to court or been prosecuted will automatically be hidden for employment and licensing background checks. In 2012, legislators edited the expungement law to allow certain ...
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AVVY GO TO REPLACE WENDY MATHESON AS BENCHER
Law Times
Dickson Wright lawyers practise in areas including corporate law, litigation, employment, immigration, restructuring, and real estate matters. POLL RESULTS The results of the latest Law Times online poll are in. According to the poll, 62 per cent of ...
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What will whistleblower reform mean for businesses?
New Statesman
Government reforms to UK laws protecting whistleblowers came into effect last week, shielding employees for disclosures they believe to be in the public interest and closing a legislative loophole which had allowed disputes over employment contracts to ...
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Civil Service Minister Reviews Employment Progress in Civil Service Sector
Oman News Agency
These actions come within the framework of the implementation of the Royal Directives of His Majesty the Sultan on the national plan to accommodate job-seeking citizens in the public and private sectors, specifically within the context of the ...
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The Legal Intelligencer Selects Kaplan as a Recipient of the Lifetime ...
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Areas of practice include alternative dispute resolution; business and corporate law; commercial real estate; litigation; estate planning and administration; taxation and employee benefits; financing and commercial loans; employment and labor law...
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Federal Workers Encouraged To Spy on Each Other; Wins in NYC and Kentucky ...
In These Times
From 2008 to 2011, only 17% of court-ordered claims for back pay and labor law penalties were collected, according to the report by the National Employment Law Project and theUCLA Labor Center titled "Hollow Victories: The Crisis in Collecting Unpaid ...
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One-year ban for false work permits
gulfnews.com
"We also check if this specific establishment is really operating effectively and the number of the workers sponsored by this company and also if the company is abiding by the labour law," he said. He said if all conditions required by the ministry are ...
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Rockwell Olivier drops 11 Perth staff
Lawyers Weekly
Restructuring at the Perth office will culminate in the launch of a Private Client practice, which will offer packaged advice to individuals and families on taxation, superannuation, estate planning, trusts, litigation, employment and family law ...
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Bills erode workers' rights
Wanganui Chronicle
First the Employment Relations Amendment Bill, which we believe attacks collective bargaining, undermines workers' rights and enables employers to walk away from talks without having any commitment to return to the table. This particular bill suggests ...
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Partner's retirement age of 65 was justified
The Lawyer
In the long-running saga of Mr Seldon and law firm Clarkson, Wright & Jakes, the Employment Tribunal has concluded that a mandatory retirement age of 65 for the partners at the firm was a proportionate means of achieving the legitimate aims of ...
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Footbridge connecting two colonies inaugurated
MorungExpress
Kohima, June 30: Parliamentary Secretary for Law & Justice, Labour & Employment and Land Revenue Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire inaugurated the much needed foot-bridge and footpath connecting two colonies, Lower Chandmari and Lower PWD on June 29 ...
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New Saudi labour laws may restrict remittances to Pakistan – The ...
By noreply@tribune.com.pk (Muhammad Sohaib)
Thousands of illegal Pakistani workers face deportation after July 3.
The Express Tribune

Web5 new results for Employment Law
 
Law School Staff Recognition Picnic Honors Fifteen Employees
On June 5, the annual Staff Recognition Picnic brought together staff and faculty of the Law School to celebrate the end of another successful school year and ...
www.lawschool.cornell.edu/.../Staff-Recognition-Picnic-Honor...
Federal employees could be fired for silence? | Devadoss ... - Dallas
In the ongoing Internal Revenue Service "scandal," one IRS official, Lois Lerner, refused to answer questions in front o.
www.fedemploymentlaw.com/.../federal-employees-could-be-...
Public Employee Not Entitled to Bring Legal Claims in Post ...
A former public employee received adequate due process during his post- termination arbitration even though the arbitrator did not decide state constitutional ...
www.shrm.org/.../Public-Employee-Post-Termination-Arbitrati...
Avon Accused Of Labor Law Violations - Courant.com
AVON — The union representing public works employees has filed complaints against the town accusing it of anti-union activity and violating labor laws.
www.courant.com/.../hc-avon-labor-complaint-0626-2013062...
Labor Law: Working with employees when the military ... - Richmond
Ahead of the July 4 holiday, we take a moment to review a company's responsibilities and obligations to employees who are members of the National Guard and ...
www.timesdispatch.com/.../article_f625f55a-e010-11e2-96bf-...


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