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Littler Report
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January 5, 2015

Annual Report on EEOC Developments - Fiscal Year 2014

When noteworthy cases are decided or rules issued involving federal anti-discrimination law, Littler

Insight
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December 30, 2014

Massachusetts Extends Labor and Employment Protections to Domestic Workers

Effective April 1, 2015, Massachusetts will become the fourth state (after New York, California and Hawaii)

Insight
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December 11, 2014

New Year, New Laws: Compliance Challenges U.S. Employers Face in 2015

Although this year's labor- and employment-related legislative activity was down slightly from that

Insight
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November 7, 2014

Massachusetts Voters Approve Paid Sick Leave Law

On November 4, 2014, Massachusetts voters approved a ballot question that requires all private sector

Insight
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October 3, 2014

Gubernatorial Writer's Cramp: 2014 California Employment Legislation Affecting Private Sector Employers

Does his hand hurt?  Between signing and vetoing bills this year, California Governor Jerry Brown exercised

Insight
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September 25, 2014

DC Sick and Safe Leave Act Amendments Take Effect; DC Issues Revised Poster

Revisions to the District of Columbia's Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act ("the Act") adopted last

Insight
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August 29, 2014

Illinois Amends the Human Rights Act to Provide Greater Protections Regarding Pregnancy

On August 26, 2014, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into law House Bill 8 (the amendments), which

Insight
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August 22, 2014

Final Rules Adopted Clarifying Employers’ Obligations under the New York City Earned Sick Time Act

The New York City Earned Sick Time Act (ESTA or the Act) went into effect on April 1, 2014, giving many

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August 21, 2014

An Estimate is Just That - The Seventh Circuit Highlights Several Important Lessons for Employers Navigating Intermittent FMLA Leave

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently ruled on two important intermittent Family

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August 20, 2014

No Coverage for the Cantankerous? The Ninth Circuit Goes "Retro" In Finding "No Disability"

Novelist Peter De Vries and, later, Yogi Berra said: “nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.” In

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