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September 29, 2021

Abruzzo Says College Athlete Memo Could Reach Off-Campus

Michael Lotito weighs in on a statement from the National Labor Relations Board’s top prosecutor that indicates labor rights for college athletes could change dramatically.

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September 28, 2021

Infrastructure Bill Offers Telecom Unions a $43 Billion Boon

Michael Lotito weighs in on an obscure provision tucked into the bipartisan infrastructure bill that could direct billions for broadband expansion to companies with large union workforces.

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September 24, 2021

Ontario issues guidance on proof of vaccination status for organizations

Rhonda B. Levy, Barry Kuretzky and George Vassos explain Ontario’s guidance for employers on proof of vaccination status.

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September 24, 2021

California Restricts Warehouse Work Quotas

Bruce J. Sarchet weighs in on a new California law that strictly regulates employer-imposed work quotas on warehouse and distribution center workers in that state.

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September 23, 2021

A Growing Trend: Treating Wage Theft as a Criminal Offense

As prosecutors and states have ramped up the criminal prosecution of wage theft and other employment law violations, Jacqueline Kalk explains why this isn’t always necessary.

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