Signed into law today, 25 years ago, on July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act is the most comprehensive civil rights law designed to prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities.
Connecticut State Contractors, Health Insurance Industry Businesses Subject to Enhanced Significant Data Security Mandates
In June, Connecticut’s governor signed into law Senate Bill 949 which amended the State’s breach notification statute.
Many employers have new hire packets and hiring procedures, but just as important, and often overlooked by employers, is to have a process for departing employees.
On the 25th Anniversary of the ADA, 25 Easy Ways to Make Your Business More Accessible to Customers with Disabilities
This Sunday, July 26, marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Last month, in a historic case, the U.S. Supreme Court recognized that same-sex couples—like their heterosexual counterparts— have the constitutional right to marry.
Here’s a lesson: Don’t call your employee an “old fart,” especially if you think you may need to fire him someday.
Uh-oh. Lawyers who do document review may not be exempt from the overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to a court decision issued yesterday.
What Protection Do Employees Have Against Discrimination On the Grounds of Sexual Orientation in France?
The matter of discrimination based on an employee’s sexual orientation is becoming more and more topical as the claims of the homosexual community give rise to a greater public awareness of the protection of each individual’s sexual orientation.
A New York federal court recently said that the plaintiff-employees involved in a wage and hour lawsuit are not required to produce their immigration documents and information.