We’ve had countless reader comments about the debate: is obesity a disability or simply a lack of personal control.
Earlier this week, the Department of Labor issued new proposed regulations that revise the COBRA notice requirements.
Of paramount importance to determining the deadline to file a Mechanics’ Lien Claim is the date of last work performed by the prospective claimant.
The Department of Treasury has issued final regulations regarding Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) information reporting of minimum essential coverage and ACA information reporting by large employers on health insurance coverage offered under employer-sponsored plans.
The Franken Amendment Part II: New York Assembly Passes Legislation Limiting State Contractors’ Right to Require Employees to Arbitrate Employment Claims
Class action plaintiffs’ lawyers and their allies generally do not like arbitration, especially where the arbitration agreements effectuate a waiver of the ability of a worker or a consumer to bring a class action.
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Asks Congress to Increase OSH Act Whistleblower Statute of Limitations
On April 29, 2014, David Michaels, the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, testified before the U.S. Senate subcommittee of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions regarding proposed changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (“OSH Act”) whistleblower provision.
For those of you who follow my blog posts, you know I love top 10 lists.
‘April rulings bring May muddling’ might be a better way to tweet recent social media decisions at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) given the Board’s ruling in Durham School Services (April 25, 2014) and an Administrative Law Judge’s (ALJ) opinion in Kroger Co. of Michigan (April 21, 2014).
One of the wonderful things about employment law is that employers have several ways to avoid liability for “stupid” things management might do.