Oct
24
2003
Article

New Laws Burden Business With Unprecedented Costs

Daily JournalIn the closing days of Governor Gray Davis’ adminis­tration, at least 10 new employment
  • Legislative and Regulatory Practice

Oct
14
2003
Article

Vague Definitions On Overtime Pay Open Door to Litigation

New York Law JournalIn March 2003, the Depart­ment of Labor (DOL) proposed first major modifications
  • Wage and Hour

May
30
2003
Article

Lawyers Face Civil Liberties Challenge of SARS

San Francisco Daily JournalWith little defini­tive medical guidance about what provides safety from
  • Workplace Safety and Health (OSHA & MSHA)

Nov
1
2002
Article

Paid Family Leave: Security For Employees Means Confusion For Employers

San Francisco Daily JournalIn September 2002, Cali­fornia became the first state in the nation to enact
  • Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation

Jun
3
2002
Article

At Home Abroad - Americans working outside the country often benefit from the extraterritorial application of U.S. anti-discrimination laws

New Jersey Law JournalIt is estimated that 300,000 American corporate employees work outside the country,
  • Discrimination and Harassment
  • International Employment Law

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