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In this special issue of the Connecticut Law Tribune, experienced employment law practitioners from around the state tackle some of the most topical issues in the practice area, including the ramifications of political talk around the water cooler—which …

China Employment Law: The Questions We Get

Hardly a day goes by without one of our China employment lawyers (usually me) getting a “quick” question from either or both an employee or an employer seeking a one-minute answer to what is usually at least a five hour question. For why pretty much …

Employment Law Briefing

Potentially, the biggest driver for change to UK employment law over the next few years could be Brexit. This is because a significant portion of UK employment law is derived from EU directives. For example, much of discrimination legislation, TUPE and …

April 2017: nine key employment law changes

The run-up to April is typically a busy time of year for HR professionals, with new employment legislation due to come into force. 2017 is no exception, with the most significant development being the introduction of the gender pay gap reporting duty for …

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: March 2017

A Maryland commercial real estate services company agreed to pay $100,000 and furnish additional relief to resolve a federal disability discrimination lawsuit. The EEOC charged that an employee was fired when, after returning from FMLA leave for breast …

LCC hosts conference on employment laws

A full house of local business leaders, employers, and human resources professionals convened at Laredo Community College for the Texas Business Conference on the Employment Law Update, on Friday, Feb. 17 in the De La Garza Building, room 101, at the Fort …

Attorney: Be ready for employment laws to change

A year of uncertainty is ahead for employers as they deal with actions by two presidential administrations. On one side, some rules and policies from the Obama administration remain undecided in the courts. On the other are leadership and policy changes …