Jul 9, 2013

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Employment law must fall into line with the rest of UK
Belfast Telegraph
EMPLOYMENT law is a devolved responsibility for the Northern Ireland Executive. Differences with Great Britain have been emerging and a strong case is being made, particularly by employers, to reduce them.
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Pitfalls to avoid in hiring seasonal employees
Bangor Daily News
Most federal and state employment laws only apply to businesses that employ a certain number of employees. For example, only those businesses employing at least 15 employees in one location must comply with the Maine Family and Medical Leave Law.
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DIR reports record-breaking results for labor law enforcement in California
A report recently released by the state Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) revealed that labor law enforcement in the first 2 years of Governor Jerry Brown's administration resulted in more minimum and overtime wages found owing to California ...
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Former law officers working courthouse security
Portage Daily Register
Richards said the qualities he's looking for in part-time employees include not only excellence in law enforcement, but also people skills. "The biggest thing here is the quality of people who apply," he said. "Not only do I want them to represent the ...
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Fatburger Franchises Sharing Employees To Skirt Obamacare, CEO Says
Huffington Post
The Fatburger scheme is legal, as long as the franchises technically have different owners, according to Catherine Ruckelshous, the legal co-director at the National Employment Law Project, a low-wage worker advocacy group. What would not be allowed is ...
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6 elements staffing firm contracts must include
Business Management Daily
That's especially important if your workplace deals with sensitive information, says Craig Annunziata, managing partner in the Chicago office of employment law firm Fisher & Phillips. His advice: The contract language specifying background-checking ...
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Manager 'smirks' about employee's situation? That's not enough to justify a ...
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on July 8, 2013 3:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Here's some good news: An employee's interpretation of a manager's facial expressions isn't enough for a successful lawsuit.
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Winston, Morgan, Linklaters, Dykema: Business of Law
Bloomberg Law
"In the California legal market, labor and employment is one of the three hottest areas in demand, and this will allow us to tap further into the market," Eric Sagerman, Winston's Los Angeles office managing partner said in a statement. "The arrival of ...
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Justice Department Enters into Memorandum of Understanding with National ...
Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - The Justice Department announced today that the Civil Rights Division's Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National ...
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Michael Rainer Commercial Law Blog on Lawyers.com
Lawyers.com Blog (blog)
Where there are questions regarding employment contracts, written warnings and dismissals, a lawyer active in the field of labour law should be sought out. In the field of labour law, it is particularly important to observe deadlines, as these often ...
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Employment: Employees in Russia Can Now Work From Home
The Moscow Times
Due to a gap in employment regulation, remote employees had to work under civil law contracts, e.g. service agreements, and, accordingly did not have standard employment rights and guarantees (e.g. work health and safety, holiday entitlement, etc.).
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Second LA Group Exits Norton-Fulbright Combo
The National Law Journal
Legal recruiter Sabina Lippman, who moved the labor and employment lawyers to Winston & Strawn, said Norton Rose has strong management in Los Angeles, but the firm faces challenges in the city. "Fulbright's culture and industries of focus aren't a ...
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Home > Civil Rights > Revenge: The Supreme Court Narrows Protection Against ...
Justia Verdict
The dispute arises from a complicated series of developments in discrimination law that occurred two decades ago, about how to proceed in cases when there is direct evidence of an illegitimate motive for an employment decision, but there is also ...
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Cong Dangling Food Law Lollipop Before Polls: BJP
... the "lollipop" of food security to the poor ahead of Lok Sabha elections, BJP today said had it followed correct policies and ensured development, there would have been no need for such a law and funds could have been be used for creating employment.
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American Airlines reaffirms its support of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act
According to the Human Rights Campaign, a LGBT advocacy organization, in 29 states, there is no state law protecting a gay, lesbian or bisexual person from being fired just because of who they are – and the same is true in 33 states for transgender people.
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Wage deflation charts of the day
Reuters Blogs (blog)
NELP, the National Employment Law Project, has taken a detailed look at what happened to wages during the recovery — specifically, between 2009 and 2012. They looked at the annual Occupational and Employment Statistics for three years — 2007, 2009 ...
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United States: GINA?? No, She's Not Your Niece. "She" Is The Newest Area Of ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
GINA became effective in November 2009 but, in the intervening years, the law has had a relatively quiet footprint in the employment law hallway. In May 2013, however, the EEOC signaled that GINA's phase of relative dormancy is over. On May 7, 2013 ...
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Legal Services Employment Shows Big Drop in June
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (July 08, 2013, 7:14 PM ET) -- The legal services sector lost 3,200 jobs between May and June, according to the most recent numbers from the U.S. Department of Labor, the biggest month-to-month decline in the profession in three years.
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Women From DLA Launch Big-Law Alternative
The National Law Journal
Three women, all partners at DLA Piper, have broken out of Big Law to found a firm of their own. Litigators Luanne Sacks and Cynthia Ricketts and employment partner Hope Case struck out about two weeks ago to launch Sacks, Ricketts & Case. With offices ...
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Ogletree Snags Employment Litigator From Proskauer
Law360 (subscription)
Brian Gershengorn comes to Ogletree Deakins after spending 10 years at Proskauer Rose LLP in that firm's employment law department. He joined Ogletree Deakins on July 1 as a shareholder and cites the firm's size and talent pool as reasons for the move.
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OK to vary pay–as long as there's no sex bias
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: Pennsylvania Employment Law on July 9, 2013 8:00am in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Employees are supposed to receive the same compensation for the same work regardless of sex. But that doesn't mean you ...
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United States: Sweeping Changes To North Carolina's Unemployment ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
New limitations on filing attached claims: "Attached claims" (i.e., clams for an employee that an employer intended to keep on the payroll) account for approximately 45% of the claims for unemployment benefits. The new law places limitations on which ...
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In Windsor, Supreme Court Finds Federal Defense Of Marriage Act ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Windsor also has implications for labor and employment and benefits laws. For example, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles many employees to take unpaid leave to care for a spouse with a serious health condition. In states that recognize ...
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Bloomberg Law Launches Enhanced Securities Practice Center
Fort Mills Times
In addition to Securities, Bloomberg Law Practice Centers include Tax, Antitrust, Banking & Finance, Employee Benefits, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, Corporate/M&A, Health, and Labor & Employment. About Bloomberg Law. Bloomberg Law is a legal ...
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Two Recent Decisions Expand Scope Of Massachusetts Wage Act
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The law states that "[t]he president and treasurer of a corporation and any officers or agents having the management of such corporation shall be deemed to be the employers of the employees of the corporation within the meaning of this section," but ...
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Q&A With Strasburger's Francine Breckenridge
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (July 08, 2013, 1:43 PM ET) -- Francine Breckenridge is a partner in Strasburger & Price LLP's Austin, Texas, office. She is a board-certified labor and employment attorney practicing primarily in labor and employment law as well as ...
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Delaware Enacts Gender Identity Nondiscrimination Act To Extend Employment ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
With the enactment of this law, 17 states and the District of Columbia provide employment protections to employees on the basis of their gender identity and/or gender expression. (In addition to Delaware and the District of Columbia, these states are: ...
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Tap local govt on kasambahay law - Cagayan media
Philippine Information Agency
It has been hailed as a landmark piece of labor and social legislation that recognizes, for the first time, domestic workers as similar to those in the formal sector. It strengthens respect, protection and promotion of the rights and welfare of ...
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Substance abuse poses workplace challenge
Companies faced with employees with addiction issues should rely on the appropriate professionals who can guide them through the many pitfalls that can arise: Lawyers, medical, mental health and substance abuse professionals, and law enforcement all ...
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High Court Still Not Done With Pro-Arbitration Campaign
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (July 08, 2013, 8:05 PM ET) -- The U.S. Supreme Court once again firmly endorsed the validity of class action waivers in its recent term, but experts say the high court's campaign is far from over, with major battles over consumer and ...
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Former EI vice president suing the company over unpaid bonuses
Press & Sun-Bulletin
A recently-terminated vice president of Endicott Interconnect Technologies Inc. has sued the company, alleging it owes him $106,906 in unpaid bonuses in violation of state labor law. K. Bradley Van Brunt Jr., EI's former vice president for quality ...
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NJ Appellate Court Overturns $1.5M Legal Malpractice Award
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (July 08, 2013, 8:20 PM ET) -- A New Jersey appellate panel Monday overturned a $1.5 million award in a legal malpractice suit between law firm Broderick Newmark & Grather PC and a securities broker it represented in an employment ...
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MacRoberts Employment Law Update 08/07/13 SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS ...
Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Under Section 14 of the Act, in certain circumstances, discussions or offers made between an employer and an employee with a view to terminating employment on agreed terms will be inadmissible in unfair dismissal proceedings, unless there has been or ...
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Laura leaves big city to join team
This is Gloucestershire
Laura is a former associate of the employment team at international law firm Squire Sanders, having trained and worked in their London office before transferring to their Birmingham branch. She is used to advising businesses across a variety of sectors ...
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As Second IRS Official Pleads The Fifth, Congress Pushes For 'Lerner Rule'
No matter how angry you are about how Lerner and Roseman have acted in their official capacities as federal employees, it should give you pause that members of Congress would propose a rule that purports to strip away constitutional rights. It shouldn ...
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Web10 new results for Employment Law
Georgia employment rate inches down from prior year | Atlanta ...
The good news for the Georgia work force is unemployment filings are showing signs of improvement. According to the Stat.
The High Cost of Hiring Unpaid Interns | Employment Law and ...
Given the difficulty of finding a job in today's economy, unpaid internships are becoming increasingly popular, particularly for students looking to gain ...
Employment Law Attorney in St. Louis | Missouri Business Law ...
St. Louis labor and employment attorney, Kevin J. Dolley, is ready to provide outstanding representation. He has won multi-million and six figure jury verdicts.
Closing Shop: Courts Look to Rein in the NLRB | Employment Law ...
Over the past several years, the National Labor Relations Board (?NLRB? or ? Board?) has engaged in an aggressive campaign to extend its reach into ...
Pregnancy Employment Law - JFK Health System
Extensive Source Pregnancy Information And Free Pregnancy Tools Facts About Smoking During Pregnancy. Promoting Pregnancy Wellness 2 Positive ...
Supreme Court Invalidates DOMA - Kansas Employment Law Blog
In a closely watched and sharply divided opinion today, the Supreme Court invalidated the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and its directive that only  ...
Employment Law Archives | KGS Law
For companies that employ 15 or more employees beware: Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act gives employees the right to sue if they suffer workplace ...
What's New in Employment Law in 2013? | Kenyon HomeCare ...
Our guest writer this week is Margaret Jacoby, SPHR, of MJ Management Solutions, whom has tailored human resources consulting services to small business ...
Employment Law Litigation - Corey Law
Employment Law Litigation. When issues arise, our attorneys focus on early intervention to resolve problems within the business before the issue escalates to  ...
Mexico: It's the Law! Mexico Employers Must ... - Littler Mendelson
ASAP® is published by Littler Mendelson in order to review the latest developments in employment law. ASAP® is designed to provide accurate and informative ...

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