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February 29, 2024

Developing a Global Data Protection Framework for Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace

As employment-related artificial intelligence (“AI”) tools proliferate, multinational employers feel increasing pressure to deploy AI across their global offices.

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February 29, 2024

Utah Enacts New #MeToo-Inspired Law Related to Confidentiality Clauses

Utah joins the growing list of states, including California, New Jersey and New York, enacting their own #MeToo-inspired laws prohibiting confidentiality clauses regarding sexual misconduct.

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February 14, 2024

Recent NLRB Activity is a Mixed Bag for Employers’ Use of Restrictive Covenants

Two recent developments involving the National Labor Relations Board’s scrutiny of restrictive covenant agreements, per its general counsel’s Memorandum 23-08, have provided a mix of good and bad news for employers.

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February 13, 2024

SCOTUS: Retaliatory Intent Not an Element of SOX Retaliation Claim

The Supreme Court resolved a circuit split on February 8, 2024, when it issued its opinion holding that a whistleblower need not prove that the employer acted with “retaliatory intent” in order to obtain the protections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

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February 6, 2024

Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Forfeiture for Competition Provisions, Holding Departed Partners Bargained Away Their Right to Have Their Cake and Eat It, Too

On January 29, 2024, the Delaware Supreme Court unanimously reversed a major Delaware Chancery Court decision that had analyzed the “forfeiture for competition” provisions in a limited partnership agreement.

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January 30, 2024

What Issues Do Super Bowl Squares Present in the Workplace?

Now that the February 11, 2024, Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers is set, many American workplaces will turn to the ubiquitous office pool to generate excitement and build camaraderie over the next two weeks.

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January 25, 2024

New York Enacts Sweeping Changes to Independent Contractor Arrangements

New York’s Freelance Isn’t Free Act imposes contract, payment, recordkeeping, and anti-discrimination requirements on companies that hire freelancers.

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January 25, 2024

New Year, New Data Protection Laws: What Employers Should Know

With the governor’s signing of New Jersey’s privacy law on January 16, 2024, New Jersey became the 14th U.S. state to pass a comprehensive data protection law.

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January 16, 2024

Pay Transparency Arrives at the Nation’s Capital

The District of Columbia will soon join an ever-growing list of jurisdictions that require employers to disclose compensation on job postings.

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January 16, 2024

Ten Reasons Employers Should Pay More Attention to USERRA

In honor of USERRA’s 30-year milestone, we offer this top-ten list of the reasons employers should pay more attention to USERRA and its expansive protections for service members and veterans.

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