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May 20, 2024

DOJ Announces New Program to Garner Employee Cooperation in Anti-Corruption Investigations

D. Porpoise Evans examines a new DOJ whistleblower program that will complement last year’s focus on corporate voluntary disclosure programs and offers whistleblower awards to motivate employees to report misconduct.

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May 20, 2024

BIPA reform is ‘huge step in the right direction,’ proponents say

Orly M. Henry calls a law to amend language addressing claim accrual in BIPA litigation long overdue and “a huge step in the right direction.” (Subscription required.)

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May 20, 2024

Littler Welcomes Shareholder Gregory Tumolo in Providence

Tumolo counsels clients on a wide range of employment and labor law matters, with a particular emphasis on providing business-minded compliance solutions and mitigating legal risks.

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May 17, 2024

EEOC Charges Show Workers' Quick Grasp Of Pregnancy Law

Jim Paretti explains why the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission fielded a surprisingly large number of claims under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act in just three months last year. (Subscription required.)

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May 16, 2024

Stryker Worker Appeal Puts Focus on Early Leave for Child Birth

Jeff Nowak says this case will test when workers can take federal job-protected leave prior to a baby’s arrival and won’t drastically change life as we know it because employers are overwhelmingly supportive of their employees’ FMLA rights. (Subscription

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