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Aug
10
2018
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Victory for NYU After First Trial in the 401(k) Fee Cases Filed Against Colleges and Universities

On July 31, 2018, a New York federal court issued an opinion in favor of NYU, in the first case to reach trial concerning ERISA challenges to fees and investment lineups in school retirement plans.

Aug
7
2018
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New California Wildfires a Reminder of Employer Obligations

This article summarizes some of the key labor and employment issues that may arise in the near term for businesses affected by recent California wildfires.

Aug
6
2018
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UK Adopts New Trade Secret Regulations: Are Your Trade Secrets Protected?

Imagine you’ve just found out that one of your ex-employees has joined a competitor and has shared your most important trade secret with them. What legal protection do you have?

Jul
27
2018
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The Sexual Harassment Problem in the Food and Hospitality Industries

Given the risks inherent in the food and hospitality industries, as well as the spotlight #MeToo has shone on different industries’ policies and practices, food and hospitality employers should pay particular attention to harassment complaints.

Jul
26
2018
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UK Supreme Court Finds Leaks in Pimlico's Independent Contractor Model

The United Kingdom Supreme Court recently held that an individual who worked for Pimlico Plumbers as an “independent contractor” was in fact a “worker.”

Jul
25
2018
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Working Time and Commutes in France

France’s labor code does not ordinarily consider an employee’s commute as effective working time. When the commute’s length surpasses the usual trip between one's home and the workplace, however, the employee must be compensated with either time or money.

Jul
19
2018
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"There Should Be No Punishment for Doing the Right Thing" – European Commission Issues Proposal to Strengthen Whistleblower Protection

In a recent proposal, the EU Commission has taken a position on improving (minimum) protections for whistleblowers and ensuring these protections are uniform throughout Europe.

Jul
16
2018
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#MeToo at Home and Abroad

The #MeToo movement is a global phenomenon that has implications for multinational employers.

Jul
13
2018
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Australia: New South Wales Introduces Law Requiring Companies to Report on Modern Slavery

The Australian State of New South Wales recently passed the Modern Slavery Bill of 2018, which requires covered companies to release an annual statement that details the steps taken to ensure their operations and suppliers do not engage in modern slavery.

Jul
9
2018
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A Closer Look at Trump's Latest SCOTUS Nominee: Brett Kavanaugh

On July 9, 2018, President Trump nominated Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to potentially fill the impending U.S. Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, which takes effect on July 31, 2018.

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