Every year during the holiday season we are encouraged to focus on giving, whether it be giving thanks, giving to the needy, or giving gifts.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, marked the latest turn in the D.R. Horton saga.
Earlier this week, a three judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its long-awaited decision in DR Horton Inc. v. NLRB.
In an ongoing effort to address question about how to treat the taxation of employee benefits for same-sex couple post-Windsor, the IRS has updated its FAQs for married same-sex couples with a couple of new questions and answers that further clarify how employers administer their plans.
The government shutdown may have ended six weeks ago, but its impact may be felt for months to come. The Office of Management and Budget recently released a report entitled “Impacts and Costs of the October 2013 Federal Government Shutdown,” which details the costs of the government shutdown and the impact it had on government workers, which in turn impacts the private sector workplace as well.
When you think about it, balance is really important. It is hard to imagine how we all stand steady on a planet that is rotating on its access and rotating around the sun.
SAWS has decided to appeal the ruling by the Fourth Court of Appeals regarding its million dollar jury verdict. I wrote about that appellate ruling here.
Ok, it’s the end of the year, time is short so let’s just discuss a few reasons to take head of the much publicized investigation of the IT consulting firm Infosys Corporation (Infosys).
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Knocks Down NLRB Decision: and, in Doing So, Supports Employer Effort to Avoid Class Action Claims
One of the most significant risks to business in recent years has been the proliferation of class action employment-related lawsuits. Class action claims have been especially popular with plaintiff’s lawyers pursuing federal Fair Labor Standards Act wage claims.
School Asks Board Member To Recuse Self: Ben James of Law360 ($$) writes that last week, representatives of Park Point University in Pittsburgh, PA argued that National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Member Nancy Schiffer should recuse herself from the issue of whether the University’s faculty members can unionize.