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Littler Report
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May 11, 2011

Start-Up Guide for Foreign Employers in the United States

When Columbus left Spain to discover a new route to East Asia more than 500 years ago, he did so without

ASAP
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April 13, 2011

Expat Survey Reveals Best Countries for Foreign Assignments

The latest edition of HSBC Bank International's "Expat Explorer Survey" may influence employees seeking

Insight
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April 5, 2011

European Union's Renewed Consideration of Class Actions May Create a New Mechanism for Employment Law Claims

On February 4, 2011, the European Commission ("Commission") issued a Public Consultation to determine

ASAP
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March 2, 2011

Gallup Launches New Project to Track Global Availability of "Good Jobs"

Gallup, as part of its Global Employment Tracking project, has defined new employment indices intended

Littler Report
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February 1, 2011

Mitigate or Litigate: Flexible Working and Legal Exposure

Flexible work is the future of work—a continual evolution that characterizes the "new normal" of a

Insight
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January 27, 2011

The United Kingdom Abolishes its Default Retirement Age

In the United States, the prohibitions against mandatory retirement based on age imposed by the Age Discrimination

ASAP
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January 14, 2011

Record Number of Equal Employment Opportunity Charges Filed in U.S. Last Year

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently released its Fiscal Year 2010 statistics

ASAP
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December 23, 2010

Hiring of Temporary Workers Continues to Grow

Hiring of temporary workers in the United States during 2010 has been significant, the New York Times

Insight
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December 9, 2010

New York District Court Clarifies the Jurisdictional Scope of the Alien Tort Claims Act and Torture Victim Protection Act

In a decision issued in late November, the Eastern District of New York confirmed the limited scope of

ASAP
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December 7, 2010

New York Federal Court Dismisses Case Against U.S.-Based Corporation Alleging Human Rights Abuses in Guatemala

In what continues to be a flurry of activity in U.S. federal courts involving allegations of human rights

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