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August 12, 2019

New Jersey Adds Sharp Teeth, and Employer Notice Duty, to Wage and Hour Law

New Jersey recently enacted its Wage Theft Law, transforming the state’s wage and hour laws into one of the most robust in the country. The law substantially expands the civil and criminal recourse available for nonpayment of wages and retaliation.

Littler Report
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July 11, 2019

Labor and Employment Issues Facing the Healthcare Industry

This paper provides healthcare employers with an overview of key labor and employment issues facing the industry. Topics include traditional labor law issues, business restructuring, discrimination, wage and hour matters, and other pertinent areas.

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July 19, 2018

"There Should Be No Punishment for Doing the Right Thing" – European Commission Issues Proposal to Strengthen Whistleblower Protection

In a recent proposal, the EU Commission has taken a position on improving (minimum) protections for whistleblowers and ensuring these protections are uniform throughout Europe.

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July 9, 2018

Supreme Court Year in Review: Union Agency Fees, Travel Restrictions and the Retirement of Justice Kennedy

The U.S. Supreme Court closed out its most recent term, which began in October 2017, with a number of high-profile and ground-breaking decisions.

Littler Report
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May 14, 2018

"Purloined Letters": Management Options When a Departing Employee Puts a Business Entity at Risk by Collecting Confidential Business or Personnel Information for Use in the Employee's Personal Litigation

The purpose of this paper is to describe an employer’s legal rights and options when an employee has removed confidential information without permission.

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April 3, 2018

"Actual Damages" Interpreted to Include Non-Economic Damages Under Pennsylvania's Whistleblower Law

A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision has upheld that successful plaintiffs are entitled to non-economic damages under Pennsylvania’s Whistleblower Law.

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February 23, 2018

Supreme Court Limits Dodd-Frank Retaliation Protections to Employees who Blow the Whistle to the SEC

On February 21, 2018, the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split on whether the Dodd-Frank Act requires employees to report externally to the SEC in order to be protected by the Act’s anti-retaliation provision.

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September 15, 2017

DOL Flip-Flop: SOX's Anti-Retaliation Provisions Apply to Overseas Conduct After All

In a recent decision with potentially far-reaching implications for foreign and multinational employers, the DOL's Administrative Review Board held that SOX's whistleblower provisions have extraterritorial application.

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August 9, 2017

Does Making Any Complaint About Work Now Turn An Employee Into A Possible Whistleblower Under Minnesota Law?

The Minnesota Supreme Court recently held that the 2013 amendments to the Minnesota Whistleblower Act (“MWA”) abrogated the requirement that a report be made for the purpose of exposing an illegality in order to be protected under the statute.

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July 6, 2017

Big Changes in Missouri: A New and Improved Missouri Human Rights Act Becomes Law

On June 30, 2017, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed into law Senate Bill 43, which corrects the Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA) by bringing it into closer alignment with federal and other states' anti-discrimination statutes.

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