Plan sponsors now have additional answers to some of their questions about the effect of the Windsor decision on retirement plans.
Since the last time I published a list of labor & employment law lawyers to follow back in 2012, there are just a bunch of you out there now using Twitter. (And I presume you’re already following me @danielschwartz, right?)
Yesterday, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (the Commission) published a new comprehensive policy entitled Policy on preventing discrimination because of Gender Identity and Gender Expression.
Norton Rose Fulbright recently released the results of their 9th annual litigation trends survey.
Changes to Australia’s Commonwealth Procurement Requirements: Repeal of the “Fair Work Principles” from 1 July 2014
As part of the Abbott government’s “Cutting red tape” reforms, the “Fair Work Principles” (Principles) will be repealed, effective from 1 July 2014.
An employee’s inability to sit for a prolonged period may be a disability under the ADA, according to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
On March 6, 2014, a Fairfax Circuit judge denied a preliminary injunction in a suit brought by Wings LLC to enforce a noncompete against two defector employees.
Substantial Risk of Forfeiture Guidance Clarifies When Section 16 Short-swing Profit Liability Can Defer Taxation of Equity Compensation Awards
Legend had it at my law school that one day, a lost student walked into a torts class and asked the professor if this class was wills, trusts, and estates.
A Sixth Circuit panel found the text of an updated arbitration agreement indicated it did not apply to a wage and hour class action already pending when the agreement was signed.