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The materials on this page have been generated from FP attorneys and other reliable sources to inform and address the rising concerns of employers regarding the USDOL's new rules on overtime pay.
The topic of labor and employment law made an early appearance at last night’s presidential debate between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
A federal appeals court recently ruled that a woman rejected from a job because she refused to cut her dreadlocks could not proceed with a race discrimination claim against the employer.
On September 13, 2016, the Morristown Town Council passed Ordinance No. 35-2016, which will soon require all private employers in Morristown to provide paid sick time to employees.
Seattle’s City Council passed its Secure Scheduling Ordinance on Sept. 19, 2016, which will require certain retail and food establishments to provide both a “livable wage” and a “livable schedule” to their employees.
The New Jersey Supreme Court upheld a jury’s award of $1.4 million in emotional distress damages to two Hispanic brothers who were found to have suffered race-based harassment at the hands of company executives.
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