Jul 3, 2013

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Employment law corner Blowing the whistle - changes you need to know
Harlow Star
Last week heralded a change in laws that have become enshrined in UK Employment Law since 1999 and subject to mass press interest over recent years. With nurses blowing the whistle on the NHS and bankers snitching on bad practices at investment ...
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In a Pro-Employee World, U.S. Supreme Court Rulings Offer Employers Hope
The National Law Review
In a pair of important opinions released last week, both of which are helpful to employers, the U.S. Supreme Court raised the bar for employees asserting claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e. In University of Texas ...
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Service contracts versus labour sub-leasing - International Law Office
International Law Office
Employers should be aware of the risk that the courts may deem employees working under a service contract to be illegally sub-leased labour. In practice, the difference between work carried out by employees under a service contract and the same work ...
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New Cornell institute to promote hospitality labor, employment relations
Hospitality Net
Sherwyn is also a research fellow at the Center for Labor and Employment Law at New York University's School of Law and is of counsel to the law firm of Stokes Roberts & Wagner. From 2006 to 2009, Sherwyn was the director of the Center for Hospitality ...
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DAC Beachcroft rolls out freelance employment and HR service
Legal Week
DAC Beachcroft employment partners Simon Lambert and Nick Chronias will oversee the service. Lambert told Legal Week: "A lot of our clients have reduced the size of their workforce, including their HR teams. The People Pool uses employment lawyers ...
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New act clarifies legal status of temporary agency workers - International Law ...
International Law Office
A bill on the legal status of temporary agency workers stationed by an employment agency has recently been adopted. The Temporary Agency Workers Act will become effective as of July 1 2013. The act implements the EU Temporary Agency Workers ...
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Ensure supervisors understand they must be alert for FMLA scenarios
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Minnesota Employment Law on July 3, 2013 12:00pm in FMLA Guidelines,Human Resources. Employees don't always know to ask specifically for FMLA leave. Some may not even know they are entitled to time off for a serious health ...
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Justice Department Reaches Settlement with Rhode Island Company to Resolve ...
eNews Park Forest
Washington, DC--(ENEWSPF)--July 2, 2013. The Justice Department announced today that it has reached an agreement with Vincent Porcaro Inc. (VPI) resolving allegations that the company violated the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and ...
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Can 'Equal Pay for Equal Work' Really Work?
Women of China
The biggest point in the new Labor Contract Law is a much welcomed 'equal pay for equal work' stipulation. However, some experts have pointed out that it is difficult to implement this principle in practice. [cyzone.cn] ...
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Employers' Association against further legislation on precarious employment
MaltaToday
The Malta Employers' Association is opposing further laws meant at tackling "precarious employment", dubbing the unprecedented effort from government and unions as a "problem blown out of proportion". The MEA today presented a position paper that ...
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Lessons from Christchurch: To lockout or not to lockout?
New Zealand Herald
It is a principle of employment law that an employer must provide work to and pay any employee who is ready, willing and able to work. So, imagine employees were working in a restaurant in Cathedral Square and on February 23 they were ready, willing ...
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Congress may pass LGBT non-discrimination law before Pennsylvania
PW-Philadelphia Weekly (blog)
If passed, it would end employment discrimination by "civilian, nonreligious employers with at least 15 employees" everywhere in the United States, based on sexual identity and orientation. The bill, which has been in and out of Congress for at least a ...
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It's The Law! Mexico Employers Must Implement Training Programs For ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
On November 30, 2012, Mexico significantly amended its Federal Labor Law (FLL), which had not been substantially modified since 1970. A product of the political environment at the time, the FLL as originally enacted overtly privileged the workforce, ...
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Employee Notice Period Greater Than Length Of Service!
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Instead, in determining an employee's notice period at common-law, the Courts have listed a number of factors to consider, including an employee's age, length of service, position, compensation and the availability of comparable employment. While the ...
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Milwaukee Common Council approves legal fight over residency rules
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mike Crivello and Dave Seager — presidents of the Milwaukee Police Association and Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Local 215, respectively — said the council is demanding that city employees break the law. Both organizations have long sought to ...
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Paul Plevin adds employment attorney
San Diego Source (subscription)
Article; Comments. Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton LLP has added Jeff Michalowski as an associate. Michalowski received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and most recently was an associate in the employment law department at Paul Hastings LLP.
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Tribunal fees cause concern
Hartlepool Mail
Mr Michna, bureau manager and employment law adviser, said: "We are very concerned at the impact that this new fee regime will have on people's ability and willingness to exercise their legitimate legal rights by making claims to employment tribunals.
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Public awareness event: 'Crucial for Pakistan to eliminate child, bonded labour'
Pakistan Daily Times
He stated this at a public awareness event for the European Union-funded project Combating Abusive Child Labour (CACL-II) Children are being denied their childhood including opportunities for education and other basic child rights. More than half of ...
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"And benefits" – Two Missing Words Invalidate A Termination Provision
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
This case is just another recent example of the willingness of the judiciary to circumnavigate restrictive contractual termination provisions in order to provide employees with reasonable notice at common law. Contact your Gowlings labour and ...
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Human rights Inquiry into pregnant women at work
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Employment law specialist Kym Luke of Stacks/The Law Firm hears that sort of story all too frequently, and is constantly fighting cases for women who were discriminated against in the workplace because they were pregnant, new mothers, or even just ...
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Background checks should not be sole decision maker when hiring, retaining ...
Nashua Telegraph
Employment discrimination law focuses not only on disparate treatment but also a disparate impact. The EEOC is stating that even if Dollar General and BMW were not intentionally treating black applicants differently, the criminal background checks have ...
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Australia: The flow on effects of incorrectly characterising a worker as an ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Our tax and employment law teams have prepared a simple case study, based on actual events, to demonstrate some of the problems. The start of a new financial year is an ideal opportunity to: review the contractual arrangements in place with workers ...
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United States Supreme Court Enforces Class Arbitration Waiver In A Commercial ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
However, it should be noted that currently before the California Supreme Court is a case addressing whether such agreements are valid under California law, which has historically been hostile to employment-based arbitration agreements notwithstanding ...
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Los Angeles Employment Lawyer Signs New Marketing Deal
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Los Angeles Employment Lawyers, Spiro Moore LLP have signed on with legal marketing firm Trusp LLC to bolster the law firm's visibility. Los Angeles based Spiro Moore is one of California's top employment law and wage firms with a primary focus in wage ...
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Q&A With Thompson Hine's Nancy Barnes
Law360 (subscription)
A litigator with jury trial experience involving a broad range of business and employment-related matters, she counsels and represents clients on issues related to federal and state employment laws and regulations. She also represents clients in ...
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Immigration Lawyer Scott Bettridge Joins Akerman Senterfitt's Labor ...
Watch List News (press release)
"Scott is a talented immigration lawyer with years of experience representing employers with multinational workforces," said James Bramnick, chair of Akerman's Labor and Employment Practice Group. "His diverse skillset in international employment law ...
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After the "Defense of Marriage Act" (DOMA) and Prop 8 Decisions: What ...
The National Law Review
On June 26, 2013, the very last day of its 2012 term, a sharply divided United States Supreme Court issued two highly anticipated decisions affecting the employment and benefits rights of employees in legally recognized same-sex marriages. The Court ...
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The HR IQ Test: July '13
Business Management Daily
The HR I.Q. Test: July '13. by The HR Specialist: Employment Law on July 2, 2013 4:30pm in HR Management,Human Resources. 1. What was the No. 1 reason for employees' long-term disability claims last year? a. Cancer. b. Mental health issues. c.
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The Way I See It by Kate Nowicki, area director, ACAS
This is Nottingham
The days when bosses showered warnings like confetti and fell foul of the law seem to be largely in the past but I still come across many employers who presume they are right about employment law when, in fact, they are worryingly wrong. It can be a ...
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Fox Searchlight appeals 'Black Swan' lawsuit: What is an 'intern,' anyway?
Chicago Tribune
Last month, Judge William H. Pauley III ruled that Fox Searclight intern Eric Glatt and fellow "Black Swan" intern Alexander Footman were entitled to payment for their work on the film under the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor law. But now ...
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Bloomberg's Challenge To NYC Living Wage Law Nixed
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (July 03, 2013, 2:13 PM ET) -- A federal judge has tossed the sole federal claim in New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's suit challenging a 2012 law requiring companies receiving financial assistance from the city to pay their ...
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VVWD Board Approves GM Employment Offer-Video
Mesquite Citizen Journal
Two pieces of legislation that directly affect the VVWD passed the Legislation and were signed into law by Governor Sandoval. The first was a charter change that now allows all five Board members to be elected rather than having two members appointed.
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Blogs2 new results for Employment Law
 
Fourth Circuit Joins D.C. Circuit In Striking Down NLRB's Employee ...
By Bean, Kinney & Korman, PC
The rule issued by the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") declared that employers would be guilty of unfair labor practices if they failed to post at their office and on their websites a "Notification of Employee Rights under the National ...
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The California Employment Law Blog: University of Texas ...
By Steven G. Pearl
My knowledge of employment law, neutrality, and natural tenacity allow me to resolve cases effectively. Contact Dana Sweetman at [email protected] or (310) 201-0010 to calendar a mediation. CV of Steven G. Pearl · Daily Journal ...
The California Employment Law Blog

Web11 new results for Employment Law
 
To Restore the American Dream, Restore the Promise of ... - Roll Call
To Restore the American Dream, Restore the Promise of American Labor Law | Commentary. Tweet · Email email. By Gerald Friedman; July 2, 2013, 5 a.m..
www.rollcall.com/.../to_restore_the_american_dream_restore_...
Supreme Court Decides Two Important Employment Law Cases
The real big news though should be the two employment law cases the Court announced decisions on. In this post I will cover the issues presented by each of  ...
abzlaw.com/.../Case-Update-Supreme-Court-Decides-Two-Imp...
Minority Law Firm | Employment Law News
Idaho Employment Law Solutions a Minority law firm, handles employment law, litigation avoidance, Indian law, diversity management and training and more.
www.idahoemploymentlawsolutions.com/Minority-Law-Firm-...
Connecticut personnel files law requires employers to furnish ...
Under newly enacted legislation (P.A. 13-176 (S.B. 910), L. 2013), effective October 1, 2013, Connecticut employers will be required to permit employees to.
www.employmentlawdaily.com/.../connecticut-personnel-files-...
Supreme Court Deals Two Blows to Victims in Employment law cases
The United States Supreme Court issued two decisions yesterday that adversely impact Plaintiffs in an already difficult employment law field. The first, in the ...
www.doraziopeterson.com/.../supreme-court-deals-two-blows-...
7 Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference Schedule At-A ...
7 th. Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference. Schedule At-A-Glance. Wednesday, November 6. 2:00 – 8:00 pm. Conference Registration. 3:00 – 4:00 ...
www.americanbar.org/calendar/2013/11/.../schedule.html
Mexico's Employment Law—The Fundamentals | Bloomberg BNA
Labor relations Mexico highly regulated employees unions Mexico generally rights countries. webinar cover rights as...
www.bna.com/mexicos-employment-lawthe-w17179874770/
Immigrant Employment Rights - NYC.gov
Immigrant Employment Rights. The NYC Commission on Human Rights educates immigrants on the legal protections they have under the NYC Human Rights ...
www.nyc.gov/html/cchr/.../immigrant-employment-rights.sht...
Henrichsen Siegel, P.L.L.C. Launches Employment Law Website ...
Henrichsen Siegel, P.L.L.C., an AV rated law firm, is pleased to announce its launch of Employee Legal Protection, an employment and labor law focused ...
www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10853944.htm
Maryland Enacts Three New Employment Laws > Publications ...
New laws affecting reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees, leave for employees with immediate family in the armed forces, and wage payment ...
www.morganlewis.com/.../LEPG_LF_MarylandEnactsThreeN...
Employment Law - Employee Intake Form - Miller & Steiert PC
Colorado Employment Law Attorneys Employment Contracts and Litigation Our employment law practice includes advising clients on discrimination issues ...
www.m-s-lawyers.com/employment-law-employee-intake-for...


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