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July 24, 2024

Hair Style Discrimination Is Now Statutorily Prohibited in Puerto Rico

On July 24, 2024, the Governor of Puerto Rico, Hon. Pedro Pierluisi, signed into law Senate Bill 1282, the Law Against Discrimination Based on Hair Styles.

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July 10, 2024

Littler Lightbulb: June Appellate Roundup

This Littler Lightbulb highlights some of the more significant employment law developments at the U.S. Supreme Court and federal courts of appeal in the last month.

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July 3, 2024

OSHA Unveils Text of Unprecedented Federal Heat Standard

On July 2, 2024, OSHA released the text of its highly anticipated proposed standard that, if finalized, would create the first federal standard aimed at protecting workers from exposure to heat hazards in the workplace, whether indoors or outdoors.

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July 3, 2024

“New PAGA” Brings Guarded Optimism to California Employers

Long-awaited PAGA reform legislation brings significant change and some clarification to the 20-year-old law, reconciling previously ambiguous interpretations of the law, as well as adding new provisions that will have far-reaching effects.

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July 2, 2024

Forthcoming Additions and Modifications to Employment Laws in Colorado

The 2024 Colorado legislative session has concluded and resulted in several new laws affecting Colorado employers. This Insight provides an overview of some significant changes.

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July 1, 2024

Supreme Court’s 2024 Term Could Transform Labor and Employment Law

At the end of its 2024 term, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down four decisions limiting the power of federal agencies. While none of those decisions involved a labor and employment agency, all of them could transform labor and employment law.

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June 29, 2024

Texas District Court Narrowly Enjoins White-Collar Overtime Regulations

A Texas federal court has issued a limited injunction of the DOL’s new rule increasing the minimum salary that certain executive, administrative, and professional employees must be paid to qualify for the so-called “white-collar” exemption under the FLSA.

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June 28, 2024

U.S. Supreme Court Rolls Back “Deference” to Federal Agencies and Opens Up More Challenges to Regulations

On Friday, June 28, the U.S. Supreme Court overruled Chevron, USA Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council. Chevron often required courts to defer to federal agencies when those agencies were interpreting statutes they administer.

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June 28, 2024

California’s New Deal: Employment Law Reform May Depend on the Ballot Box

What do you get when you combine a business-backed ballot initiative, the state legislature and governor’s office, and labor organizations? A deal. California style.

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June 27, 2024

Implications for Employers of Colorado’s New Biometrics Law

Effective July 1, 2025, an amendment to the Colorado Privacy Act will impose new requirements on companies that collect and use biometric information.

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