Forrest Read discusses the implications of a proposed regulation from the Department of Homeland Security regarding the collection of biometric data from foreign workers in “Proposed Biometrics Rule Could Lead to Visa Delays,” published by SHRM.
Archives for September 18, 2020
Nexsen Pruet Immigration attorney David Garrett discusses immigration compliance by employers amid COVID-19 and three basic ways to complete Form I-9s for new hires during the pandemic.
On Sept. 16, 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported that a “second wave of coronavirus infections” is “gather[ing] momentum across Europe,” but this time, “governments are determined to avoid large-scale lockdowns and instead seek less disruptive ways to live with the new disease.”
Hires boost bankruptcy and financial services as well as employment and labor law practices.
On September 14, 2020, Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill (H.B.) 606 into law, providing employers with legal protections when it comes to their efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 and making Ohio one of a growing number of states granting similar civil immunity. According to Governor DeWine, the
Today, September 18, representatives from the City of Chicago and the Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2 have officially signed a historic agreement. At the signing, Mayor Lori Lightfoot made a point to notice Franczek P.C.’s decades of hard work on […]
Pennsylvania’s gathering limitations, business shutdown and stay-at-home orders violate the United States Constitution, according to a federal judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania, who enjoined enforcement of those orders on September 14, 2020.1 While the court acknowledged that the “defendants undertook their actions in a well-intentioned effort to protect
The countdown is on for when Maine officially becomes the first state to require private employers to provide earned paid leave to employees for any reason.
Now that the Minnesota Supreme Court has settled the issue of applying the Minneapolis Sick and Safe Time (SST) ordinance to employers “with no physical presence in Minneapolis,” what does this mean for employers with employees who are working remotely in their homes within the city? It may mean that
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President says he will move ahead with nominating a woman this week, while Democrats and some GOP senators say pick should wait until after election