It’s not a Top 10 without some COVID-19 related posts. The EEOC published some FAQs and there’s questions on when some activities will begin again. Aside from that, a couple of bloggers in our community this week took the time to…Continue Reading Top 10 in Law Blogs: World Food Safety Day, MORE Act, EEOC FAQs
Following are this week’s summaries of the Court of Appeal for Ontario for the week of…Continue Reading COURT OF APPEAL SUMMARIES (JUNE 7 – 11)
Following are this week’s summaries of the Court of Appeal for Ontario for the week of…Continue Reading COURT OF APPEAL SUMMARIES (MAY 31 – JUNE 4)
In an opinion last week, Judge Schofield granted summary judgment, in part, to the restaurant chain Boston Market in case “alleging that Defendants breached the implied warranty of merchantability when…Continue Reading Judge Schofield Shrinks Down Case Over Boston Market “Baby Chicken” to $11.63
You have already done quite a bit of internet research and likely found that getting to the answer can be a little more complicated than it sounds. Regular use of…Continue Reading How Do I Know If I Have A Singulair Lawsuit Claim
The EEOC stated that employers can now order their employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccination shot, provided that they comply with the reasonable accommodation provisions of the American with Disabilities…Continue Reading The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Says Employers Can Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘Code’) recognises two types of debts — financial and operational– to enable the creditors to make an application for initiating insolvency…Continue Reading Lease and Rentals: Are these Operational Debt under the IBC?
Last month, the UK and the EU separately announced their intention to negotiate a free trade agreement (FTA) with India. This is a significant development, not only from…Continue Reading Analysing India’s potential free trade agreements with the UK and the EU – Part 1
United Arab Emirates Has Terminated its Boycott Against Israel, but Certain US Antiboycott Risks May Remain
On June 9, 2021, the US Department of Commerce (Commerce), Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), published a notice in the Federal Register amending the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), 15…Continue Reading United Arab Emirates Has Terminated its Boycott Against Israel, but Certain US Antiboycott Risks May Remain
Texas Department of Banking Clarifies Authority of State Banks to Provide Virtual Currency Custody Services
On June 10, 2021, the Texas Department of Banking issued an industry notice addressing the authority of Texas state-chartered banks to provide virtual currency services to customers. This is a…Continue Reading Texas Department of Banking Clarifies Authority of State Banks to Provide Virtual Currency Custody Services
In February 2020, the IRS announced that it would step up efforts to contact high-income taxpayers (defined as earning $100,000 or more per year), who in prior years have failed…Continue Reading The IRS Announced a New Non-Filer Initiative Over a Year Ago – Now We See the Enforcement
We are pleased to announce that the Labor and Employment team at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP has been recognized as practice leaders in Immigration and Labor and Employment Disputes (Including…Continue Reading The Legal 500 Recognizes HuntonAK Labor and Employment Practice For 2021
There has been a sharp increase in the percentage of candidates appealing their NYPD NOPD psychological disqualification, and subsequently succeeding at a second interview.
But, before you can get a…Continue Reading Increasing NYPD NOPD Appeal Success at Second Interview
The Forstater – v – CGD Europe gender identity case last week has attracted a great deal of coverage for its conclusion that beliefs that gender is fixed at birth…Continue Reading EAT sets very low bar for beliefs protected by UK equality law
“Absent threats or promises, § 8(c) [of the National Labor Relations Act] unambiguously protects ‘any views, argument or opinion’ – even those that the agency finds misguided, flimsy, or…Continue Reading D.C. Circuit Flips NLRB; Employer’s Alleged ‘Baseless’ Statements of Opinion Lawful
Last summer, as New York began the process of non-essential business reopenings, the State issued a series of industry-specific workplace health and safety guidelines with which all businesses were and…Continue Reading New York updates COVID-19 guidelines for office-based workplaces
* Sean M. Craig is a 2021 summer associate at Troutman Pepper. He is not admitted to practice law.
Q: Does Philadelphia have any laws regulating drug testing for marijuana? …Continue Reading New Philadelphia Ordinance Prohibits Pre-Employment Marijuana Testing
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