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California Court’s Expansion of ‘Employer’ Could Have Implications for AI Regs

Michelle Barrett Falconer, Marko Mrkonich, Niloy Ray, Alice Wang, and Cristina Piechocki discuss the California Supreme Court’s recent ruling that expands the definition of “employer” under the state's main discrimination statute, and its impact on Califo

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August 25, 2023

Retail Workers Fit Under New York’s Definition of Manual Worker

Paul Piccigallo explains why New York's definition of a manual worker under its Labor Code is outdated. (Subscription required.)

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August 25, 2023

Unions Win Under NLRB's Shift Of Bargaining Order Standard

Michael Lotito explains why the NLRB’s decision in the Cemex case means employers will have to think "very strategically" about their policies and how they respond to union efforts in their workforces. (Subscription required.)

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August 25, 2023

From the Top: If Nashville execs could audit a class, here's what they'd choose

Joycelyn Stevenson offers insight into the skills that help her serve as office managing shareholder in Nashville. (Subscription required.)

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August 23, 2023

Texas Governor Signs Preemption Bill, CROWN Act and Other Bills

Melissa Ackie, Michael Royal and Scott McDonald discuss several new laws and how they will impact employment operations in the state of Texas. (Subscription required.)

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