Posts Tagged ‘Employment Law’« Older Entries
Employment Law – employers not required to pay employees for time spent in security screenings, ERISA 11th circuit update, OFCCP issues final rule prohibiting sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination and more.
Employment Law – employment law update for California employers, Florida minimum wage rising to $8.05, social media and non-solicitation covenants- a cautionary tale for employers and more.
Employment Law - President Obama’s executive actions on immigration will impact employment-based immigration, pregnancy discrimination at workplace, UK employment alert and more.
Employment Law – revealing whistleblower’s identity is retaliation, employment related lawsuits are on the rise, affordable care act-countdown to compliance for employers and more.
Complimentary presentation from ACI’s 22nd National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions.
Highlights from this presentation:
- White Collar exemption
- Motor Carrier Act exemption
- Approaches to collect data on the extent of variation
- Administrative exemption
- Executive exemption
- Computer exemption
- Outside sales exemption and much more…
Employment Law – Massachusetts adopts legislative reforms regarding labor, vacation policy pitfalls for Illinois employers, India’s restrictive labor laws challenge investors and more.
Employment Law – Labor law problems encountered by India, employment law toolkit for cross-border m&a deals , NLRB shows some restraint in its protection of employee social media communications and more.
November 3rd, 2014
in Aerospace & Defense, Anti-Corruption / FCPA, Employment & Benefits, Ethics Credits, Financial Services, Insurance & Reinsurance, Intellectual Property, International Trade & Defense, Legal Conferences, Litigation, Pharmaceuticals / Biotech / Life Sciences |
October was a productive month for ACI’s conference attendees. At our events, decision makers had the chance to acquire top notch industry information; ranging from the latest trends, developments, hottest litigation cases to key insights from leading experts and more. You now have the opportunity to remain ahead of the curve too by accessing conference materials. October materials are now available in digital format and can be reviewed according to your own schedule. (more…)
Employment Law - False Claims Act does not protect an Employee’s disclosing his whistle-blower history, EEOC loses in hotly contested case of CVS Pharmacy separation, and more.
Employment Law – Ebola Monitoring protocol a good news for employers, employers permitted to use “after-acquired” evidence at discrimination trial, new Massachusetts law and more.