Press Release
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July 26, 2022

Littler Receives Gold Standard Certification From the Women in Law Empowerment Forum

Littler is among the six firms that have been awarded Gold Standard Certification annually since the award began in 2011.

In the News
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July 25, 2022

Telephone operators in struggle: Collective contract is expensive, says labor lawyer

Jorge Sales Boyoli weighs in on the telephone workers’ strike in Mexico, and says labor reform has empowered Mexican workers and strikes will be more common from now on.

Press Release
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July 25, 2022

Littler Adds Shareholder William Anthony in New York City

Anthony has handled a wide range of federal and state law wage and hour claims, including those related to independent contractor misclassification, unpaid overtime, off-the-clock work, and calculation of the “regular rate” of pay.

Article
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July 22, 2022

Michigan Decision Leaves Employers Uncertain About Minimum Wage, Tips, and Paid Sick Leave

Michael Chichester Jr. and Sebastian Chilco examine a Michigan Court of Claims decision, which, if it stands, will have a significant impact concerning pay and paid leave practices in Michigan. (Subscription required.)

In the News
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July 22, 2022

Number of planned redundancies in UK falls by 21% in last quarter

Philip Cameron explains why according to research from GQ Littler, redundancies dropped among employers in the UK, despite inflation and an otherwise bleak economic outlook.

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