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By Pietro Straulino-Rodriguez, Ana Paula Delsol Espada
The Law to Determine the Value of the Unit of Measure and Update provides a calculation method to determine and update the UMA's value every year in Mexico
By Christopher Olmsted
News accounts report that thousands of Californians celebrated the first day of 2018 by exercising their new right to legally purchase marijuana for recreational use.
By Arthur Sapper
The Court's decision is not likely to affect employers challenging OSHA or MSHA citations, however.
By James J. Plunkett
No, the Buzz isn't advocating for a government shutdown, but this is just a friendly reminder that we are just a few days away from that potential occurrence. Congress will likely get to work on this next week...
By James A. Patton
OFCCP's 2013 update of the Federal Contract Compliance Manual includes a fillable copy of the SCER.
By Daniella McGuigan
On 19 December 2017, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) proposed a draft plan for enforcement action in relation to The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.
By Dean Kelley
The Wisconsin Labor and Industry Review Commission recently issued a highly controversial decision, Xu v. Epic Systems, Inc., holding that ...
By Liz S. Washko
Effective anti-harassment policies identify several channels for employees to report concerns they may have regarding potential violations.
By Lee Depret-Bixio, Ashley Kerr
Nationals of a country designated for TPS may obtain temporary work authorization and travel authorization for specific periods as authorized by DHS.
By Alexandra Orsini, David Rosner
In acknowledgment of the recent sexual misconduct allegations and the confidential settlements in connection with those allegations, Congress added a new section 162(q) to the Internal Revenue Code...
By Daniel P. O’Meara
Three prominent financial services companies recently announced their withdrawal from the Protocol for Broker Recruiting, an agreement among securities firms regulating the conduct of stockbrokers...
By James Paul
Over the last few years, several federal courts—and, most recently last month, another appellate court—rejected the Obama administration's mandatory six-prong test for whether someone can properly be classified...
By Miguel A. Manna, Stephen Smalley
The proposal has been reported by the press, often with attention-grabbing headlines.
By Alfred Robinson, Jr., Steven Pockrass
Three other withdrawn 2009 opinion letters—FLSA 2009-22, FLSA 2009-23, and FLSA 2009-24—remain withdrawn.
By Melissa Bailey, Aaron Wilensky
The Trump administration continues to look for ways to lessen the regulatory burden on employers.
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