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April 15, 2020

Puerto Rico Supreme Court Holds Plaintiffs Bear the Burden of Clearly Asserting in Their Complaints the Elements of Constructive Discharge Claims

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court recently clarified that plaintiffs’ heightened burden in constructive discharge claims starts at the pleadings stage.

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April 15, 2020

Canada: Temporary Changes Made to Canada Summer Jobs program in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

On April 8, 2020, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced temporary changes to the Canada Summer Jobs program, to help employers hire summer staff and provide young Canadians access to the jobs they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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March 30, 2020

What Government Actions to Address COVID-19 Really Mean For Employers

Congress enacted three bills in three weeks designed to address the public health emergency caused by the spread of COVID-19.

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March 27, 2020

New York City Commission on Human Rights Proposes Rules Addressing Exceptions to Prohibition on Pre-Employment Marijuana Screening

On March 10, 2020, the NYC Commission on Human Rights proposed rules addressing exceptions recognized under the city’s ordinance generally prohibiting pre-employment testing for marijuana and THC.

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March 24, 2020

Updates to Georgia Unemployment – What Does It Mean For Employers?

The Georgia Department of Labor, in response to COVID-19, issued an emergency rule on March 16, 2020 related to filing partial unemployment claims, allowing employers to submit partial claims for full and part-time employees who are temporarily laid off.

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March 20, 2020

COVID-19 and Immigration Updates: Form I-9 Guidance, Border Closures, and More

This article briefly summarizes the recent governmental guidance on Form I-9 requirements, travel, and visa processing and services, among other matters, in response to the national emergency caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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March 12, 2020

SCOTUS Rules States May Use Information “Contained” in Form I-9 to Prosecute Identity Theft

On March 3, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court held that federal law did not prevent states from using their identity theft statutes to prosecute criminal cases where defendants, undocumented immigrants, used stolen Social Security numbers to get jobs.

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March 5, 2020

CROWN “Love” – Virginia Latest State to Ban Hairstyle Discrimination

On March 4, 2020, Virginia's governor signed a new law that expands the Virginia Human Rights Act’s definition of racial discrimination to include traits historically associated with race, including hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles.

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March 2, 2020

Littler Lightbulb: What’s New in New Mexico?

New Mexico has been making waves with several labor and employment developments, including a red flag law and pending bills that would restrict nondisclosure agreements (HB 21) and would require reasonable accommodations for pregnancy (HB 25).

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