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December 10, 2018

Suffolk County Set to Become the Fourth New York Jurisdiction to Ban Salary History Inquiries

Suffolk County, New York has passed a law making it unlawful for employers and employment agencies with four or more employees to inquire about a job applicant’s salary history or otherwise to rely on such information in setting a new employee’s pay.

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November 29, 2018

Oregon's Pay Equity Law: Bureau of Labor and Industries Issues Permanent Administrative Order and Rules

On November 19, 2018, Oregon’s Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) issued its administrative order and rules implementing the Oregon Equal Pay Act of 2017.

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November 28, 2018

Embrace or Rage Against the Machine? The HR Costs and Benefits of Automation

In this podcast, Littler attorneys discuss how automation is creating opportunities and posing challenges in the world of HR and employment law.

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November 5, 2018

Puerto Rico Treasury Department Changes Tax Reporting on Act 80 Payments Made During Tax Year 2018

On October 22, 2018, the Puerto Rico Department of the Treasury issued Publication 18-03, which makes tax reporting and tax deadline changes for certain severance payments.

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October 1, 2018

EEOC Continues to Scrutinize Criminal Record Screening Policies

Employers that use criminal record-screening policies must continue to be vigilant about compliance with all applicable laws and should know that the EEOC’s scrutiny of such policies, while perhaps scaled back, has not ended.

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September 21, 2018

German Labour Court Decision Forcing Employers to Reexamine Their Employment Contracts

It is rare for the highest German labour court to issue a decision that will require employers to take immediate action with respect to their employment contracts. On September 18, 2018, however, the Federal Labour Court issued such a ruling.

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September 11, 2018

Connecticut Continues to Extend Protections to Employees under State Medical Marijuana Law, Rejects Federal Preemption Defense

A Connecticut federal court has issued another decision further expanding protections to individuals who are qualified under Connecticut’s Palliative Use of Marijuana Act (PUMA) to use marijuana.

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September 11, 2018

Third Circuit Holds Individual Plaintiffs Lack Standing for Some Alleged Violations of the FCRA's Pre-Adverse Action Notice Requirement

The Third Circuit has joined the chorus of recent circuit court opinions tackling the question of constitutional standing to sue in federal court under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

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August 30, 2018

Seventh Circuit Holds Class Action Plaintiff Had Standing for an Alleged Violation of the FCRA’s "Pre-Adverse Action" Notice Provision

On August 29, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued its opinion in Robertson v. Allied Solutions, LLC, holding the plaintiff had standing to sue in federal court under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

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August 30, 2018

New Amendment May Soon Affect FCRA Pre-Adverse Action Notice Requirements

While some may contend that an amendment to the Fair Credit Reporting Act imposes additional notice duties for employers, that argument does not appear to withstand scrutiny.

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