Following President Obama’s announcement of new EEOC reporting rules designed to target the gender wage gap, this week New Jersey Senator Weinberg introduced an Equal Pay Bill that, if passed, would require employers bidding on public contracts to provide gender, race, wage, and job responsibility information.
In a prior blog post I discussed the Delaware Family Court decision issued in the case of L.S. v. L.R.S., 2007 WL 4793935 (Del. Fam. Ct. Jan. 17, 2007), which held that the right to claim the Federal Tax Dependency Exemption (“exemption”) available through Internal Revenue Code Section 152(e) is an asset that can be allocated in the context of a property division proceeding.
I do not typically use my own active cases as examples here at the Fair Housing Defense blog, but a similar issue has come up in two of them (one on the east coast and one on the west coast) that I thought merited a post.
There exists already a doctrine of joint employer law under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Now, the USDOL wants to make it easier for two (or more) entities to be found as joint employers.
On February 2, 2016, Hancock Fabrics, Inc. and 6 affiliates filed for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
There are lots of changes during a divorce. For many, one change comes in resuming a maiden or former name. While the change may be comforting for some reasons, it can create issues if not done properl
Although most people are familiar with the concept of “due process” in the criminal context, we sometimes forget that due process also extends to civil litigation.
The way things have gone lately, I thought it was time to reprise this blog post, originally published in April of 2014.
With the exception of those of you who have literally been asleep for the last few years, you are well-versed in the attention FINRA and the SEC are giving to issues surrounding elder investors.