An Illinois court has held that to state a claim under the IL Biometric Information Privacy Act, a plaintiff must allege more than a mere failure to comply with BIPA’s requirements to provide notice and obtain consent before collecting biometric data.
An Illinois federal judge has largely denied an employer's attempt to force the EEOC to provide additional evidence in support of its claim that the employer’s background check policy disparately excluded African-American workers from employment.
A recent federal court decision has added to the confusion surrounding the application of the U.S. Department of Labor's "home care" overtime rule and New York's "13-hour" rule regarding compensable work hours for certain home care aides.
As part of the NLRB's spate of recent decisions reversing Obama-era Board precedent, the Board has overturned Specialty Healthcare, reinstating its prior standard for determining the appropriateness of a petitioned-for bargaining unit.
Prince George’s County, Maryland has enacted a new law requiring that covered employees be allowed to accrue and use paid leave for absences connected to domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Two days before the end of Chairman Philip Miscimarra’s term, the new Republican majority at the National Labor Relations Board continued its shift in labor policy and issued yet another reversal of significant Obama-era precedent.