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OFCCP Issues Flurry of New Directives for Contractors

FordHarrison LLP • October 15, 2018
Executive Summary: Over the last two months, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Office of Federal Contract and Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued seven new directives under the OFCCP’s Acting Director and Deputy Director, Craig Leen. The following is a brief overview of the most important directives:

Plaintiff Lacks Standing to Claim Website Violates ADA Where It Does Not Impede Ability to Access Physical Location of the Business

Jackson Lewis P.C. • October 15, 2018
With the rise in lawsuits under Title III of the ADA regarding accessibility of websites, Courts have been framing how such claims fit into the law’s requirements for accessibility at places of public accommodation. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently provided additional clarification in Gomez v. Knife Management, LLC (S.D. Fla. Sep. 14, 2018).

“Need To Know Basis” – A Good Rule Of Thumb Under The ADA

Brody and Associates, LLC • October 15, 2018
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), employers have certain obligations regarding the non-disclosure of employee medical information and disabilities. For instance, under the ADA, information an employer obtains regarding an employee’s medical condition must be collected on separate forms, kept in medical files, and treated as a confidential medical record. In fact, it should be kept entirely separate from the rest of the personnel file.

New York City Bill to Give Commercial Tenants More Power Over Lease Renewals Will Get Hearing

Jackson Lewis P.C. • October 15, 2018
A bill to amend New York City law to establish conditions and requirements for commercial lease renewals with the aim of preserving small businesses will have its first hearing in the City Council since 2009 on October 22, 2018.

NJ Employers Are One Step Closer To Mandatory Paid Sick Leave

Fisher Phillips • October 15, 2018
n just a few short weeks, New Jersey employers will be required to comply with the state’s new Paid Sick Leave Act. Once October 29 is upon us, New Jersey employers of all sizes will need to provide up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year to covered employees. In advance of the impending effective date, the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DOL) has just published both a mandatory workplace poster and a set of sweeping regulations covering the new law—and you’ll want to familiarize yourself with both.

Kentucky Supreme Court Bans Mandatory Arbitration as Condition of Employment

XpertHR • October 15, 2018
A landmark decision from the Kentucky Supreme Court bans employers from requiring job applicants or employees to sign a mandatory arbitration agreement as a condition of their employment. In Northern Kentucky Area Development District v. Snyder, the court held that state law prevents conditioning employment on an employee's agreement to waive any existing or future claim to which he or she would otherwise be entitled.
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