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December 11, 2023

AFL-CIO And Microsoft Announce New Partnership On AI

Alexander MacDonald thinks a new partnership between the AFL-CIO and Microsoft can wield major influence in how AI regulations are drafted. (Subscription required.)

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December 7, 2023

Congress: What Are You Up to, Julie?

Michael Lotito weighs in on the National Labor Relations Board’s rule on what constitutes a joint employer.

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October 17, 2023

New EEOC Top Cop Bolsters Dem Leaders' Playbook

Jim Paretti weighs in on how the new U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's general counsel may add momentum to the priorities of the agency's Democratic leadership and likely lead to changes to EEOC litigation rules. (Subscription required.)

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October 4, 2023

Legislative lowdown: EEOC proposes new harassment guidance, California raises fast-food minimum wage

Michael Lotito weighs in on the ripple effects of a new law in California that will raise the minimum wage for fast-food workers in the state to $20 an hour, effective April 2024.

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September 26, 2023

Lewis Brisbois Defector Firm’s Flop Is Boon for Labor Boutique

Michael Lotito says California is a hotbed for employment lawyers because of its complex labor code and rules. (Subscription required.)

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