2015 was a very big year for workplace class actions, and 2016 has some big things in store as well—with the white collar exemption being most noteworthy. But there’s a lot more, too.
Well, 2015 was a very big year for the EEOC—with big cases decided at the Supreme Court and elsewhere. The way things are shaping up, it looks like 2016 may be a big year as well.
In 2016, it seems just about every government agency is going to be a cybsecurity regulator. We saw this trend pick up in 2015, and it’s only going to continue in 2016. That includes, carrying over from last year, an announcement from the New York Department of Financial Services.
Paid family leave is one of the most talked-about subjects in employment law right now, with both the government and the private sector looking to step in where they can. With the latter, one of the latest to look to do something on the subject is Washington, D.C.
LXBN TV: What Employers Should Know About Where Social Media Password Laws and Trade Secrets Intersect
Social media is everywhere nowadays. The line between professional and personal with these accounts is growing more and more blurred. As such, lines designed to protect employee privacy are intersecting with trade secret protection in conflicting ways.
They do it every year—as the EEOC’s financial year winds down, as it does every September, the Commission files a whole slew of lawsuits. This year, it was 62 in just September.
Nowadays, there’s always some new feature available for the software and online services you use. But which actually matter? Which should you look for when choosing something?
Change is never easy—especially at law firms. So when changing big processes and strategies, like with those around business development, there’s a few steps law firms should take.
Nowadays, CRM is so far more advanced than it’s ever been. With everything that’s going on, it can be difficult to choose what’s best.
Gamification is very big these days, with it being used in any number of ways. But have you heard it applied to the legal realm?