When the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) became law, it was only a matter of time before other states adopt their own statutes intended to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for residents.
Archives for February 18, 2021
COVID-19 vaccinations are front of mind for restaurant employers looking to return to “normal” in what has been a hard year for the industry.
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, announced today a series of actions intended to renew the firm’s commitment to be a trailblazer in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) both internally and externally.
Stephanie Peet discusses how prioritizing physical fitness has bolstered her practice during the COVID-19 pandemic in “My COVID-Era Weekday Workout: ‘For Me, Movement Is Medicine,’ Says Stephanie Peet of Jackson Lewis,” published by Law.com.
Jason Gavejian discusses best practices for maintaining a successful legal blog, and how Jackson Lewis’ Workplace Privacy, Data Management and Security Report keeps employers informed on prospective and trending privacy issues in “Privacy, Data, and Cybersecurity lawyer Jason C. Gavejian joins This Week In Legal Blogging today,” broadcast by LexBlog.
Jackson Lewis is spotlighted in Lex Machina’s 2021 Law Firms Activity Report for representing defendants in more than 3,000 cases over the past three years in “These Firms Steered The Most Cases In The Last 3 Years,” published by Law360.
Juan Felipe Santos and Sara Colón-Acevedo co-author “Puerto Rico Issues Guidelines on Law Against Workplace Bullying,” published by SHRM.
Jones Day discrimination suit features wild allegation.
A bit of banter can make a big difference.
Six strategies to help you regain your sense of self.
Americans should contemplate the human cost of speedy delivery.
A protest song about degrading work becomes a rousing call to do even more work after that.
Not long ago, the question was rarely asked. Now, politicians and economists of various stripes are willing to consider it.
Covid-19 has cemented the e-commerce giant’s hold on the economy — but it has also spurred employees all around the country to organize.