Arnold & Porter
Late last year, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule implementing Executive Order (EO) 14055 entitled "Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers under Service Contracts" (the Final Rule).
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Take It or Leave It is the only law firm podcast focused exclusively on workplace leaves, absence management, and accommodations. Host Josh Seidman...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
In this installment of LaborSpeak, we discuss a recent Delaware court case about the use of non-compete and similar provisions.
On December 22, 2023, Governor Kathy Hochul vetoed legislation passed by New York lawmakers this past summer, which sought to ban nearly all non-competition agreements state-wide (as previously reported here).
Duane Morris LLP
Employers across the state of Ohio, including those located in the capital, Columbus, should be aware of the multiple state and local legal updates relevant to their operations in 2024.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
Given Delaware's recent shift from its typically non-compete friendly stance, the Delaware Supreme Court's ruling is beneficial for employers.
Cowles & Thompson, PC
California has updated its non-competition law to give employees more freedom to work with competitors.
Two recent developments involving the National Labor Relations Board's scrutiny of restrictive covenant agreements, per its general counsel's Memorandum 23-08, have provided a mix of good and bad news for employers.
Bass, Berry & Sims
On January 29, the Biden administration announced several policy initiatives aimed at addressing pay transparency and equity, including a proposed rule issued...
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Seyfarth Synopsis: Collaborations with athletes, actors, and singers have always been a great way for companies to grow their brand recognition and create profitable products.
Perkins Coie LLP
The Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council issued a Proposed Rule, "Pay Equity and Transparency in Federal Contracting," on January 30, 2024.
Riker Danzig LLP
In a decision issued on January 31, 2024, the New Jersey Appellate Division analyzed whether the level of control exercised by a title agent over closers, notaries...
We work with many different types of businesses at Withers, including startups, family businesses, and family offices, in addition to large corporations, and assist them with developing...
Hopkins & Carley
In Part I of this Money Matters series of videos, Michael Manoukian discusses the language and terms employers should include in the release section of all settlement...
The Cromeens Law Firm
How do they work? Going into default is not a pretty thing, but you can do it without risking breach of contract. In this straight to the point episode, construction attorney...
As part of the client-exclusive Law & the Workplace webinar series, labor and employment attorney Randall Armentrout took an in-depth look at the Federal Trade Commission's proposed noncompete ban.
Arnold & Porter
On January 9, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its final rule (the Final Rule) for determining whether a worker is an employee or independent contractor for purposes...
Kauff McGuire & Margolis
At the end of 2023, New York State followed New York City's lead by broadening the rights of freelancers and enacting the "Freelance Isn't Free Act." In many respects...
Under federal law, employers are required to complete a Form I-9 for every employee as part of the verification of the employee's authorization to work in the United States.
The United States and Canada have long been great trade partners, and not only with respect to hockey players. As commerce in general and employee mobility in particular increases...