Because labor and employment issues are a significant source of litigation and a top concern for management and in-house counsel, we feel it is crucial to equip our clients with the most up-to-date and relevant information on employment and labor law issues. To assist in this endeavor, we publish our monthly Employment Law Commentary ("ELC"), which covers key judicial and legislative developments, their implications for employers, and strategies to ensure compliance and avoid lawsuits.
Click on the images below to view current and previous issues of the ELC. If you would like to review older issues, please check out our ELC archive. If you have any questions about the current ELC or past issues, feel free to contact the editor, Lloyd Aubry.
Featured: "On the Seventh Day He (She) Rested" ...Maybe
Featured: San Jose Thinks It Knows the Way
Featured: The Don(ald) of a New Era: Are Workplace Immigration Raids on the Horizon
Featured: The Movement for Equal Pay in the Workplace: Progressive State Laws Carry the Torch
Featured: The Cost of Keeping Things Quiet: Crackdown on Confidentiality Clauses Calls for Explicit Carve-outs
Featured: You're Fired? Potential Ramifications of the Trump Presidency
Featured: Annual California Legislative Roundup
Featured: NLRB Issues Raft of Pro-Union Decisions As Time Expires
Featured: Massachusetts Passes Gender Equity Law - A Harbinger of Things to Come?
Featured: The EEOC's New Focus on LGBTQ Discrimination: How to Stay Out of the Headlines
Featured: The Defend Trade Secrets Act – What Employers Need to Know Right Now
Featured: The New Federal Overtime Regulations: Are You Ready?
Featured: Kilby V. CVS Pharmacy: The California Supreme Court In The Driver’s Seat Clarifies Seating Standards In The Workplace
Featured: The California Fair Employment and Housing Council Issues Proposed Regulations to Limit Consideration of Criminal History in Employment Decisions
Featured: Separation Anxiety: Best Practices for Employee Severance Agreements
Featured: Alcoholism and Disability Discrimination: Lessons from the USC Coach’s Case
Featured: New Year, Revised Handbook
Featured: Annual California Roundup
Featured: EU Employment Issues in M&A Transactions
Featured: The NLRB's Decision in Browning-Ferris Industries of California(2015) One Month Later: Is the Sky Falling for Employers?
Featured: Mayo v. PCC Structurals: The Ninth Circuit Clarifies Boundaries for Accommodating Employees Whose Misconduct May Relate to a Mental Disability
Featured: Temporary Workers in Dual-Employer Arrangements: Who is Responsible for Their Health and Safety?
Featured: Questions Linger About the Scope of Court Review of EEOC-Conciliation Efforts
Featured: Security Screenings: Workers May Have To Wait but They Don’t Have To Be Paid Under The FLSA
Featured: Mitigating Risks to Maximize the Advantages of Your Contingent Workforce
Featured: Does the Government Think Your Confidentiality Agreements Chill Whistleblowing?
Featured: Where There's Smoke, Should There be Fire? An Analysis of Employer Termination Rights for Employee Off-Duty Marijuana Use
Please visit our archives to see prior issues of the Employment Law Commentary.
Contacts Lloyd W. Aubry, Jr. ELC Editor (415) 268-6558 firstname.lastname@example.org Janie F. Schulman Co-Chair, Employment + Labor Group (213) 892-5393 email@example.com Eric A. Tate Co-Chair, Employment + Labor Group (415) 268-6915 firstname.lastname@example.org
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