2022 is coming to a close, and the new year will be here before we know it. While many states, cities and counties seem to be willing to pass employment laws and regulations at any time, the first day of a new year is still the number one day
Archives for November 3, 2022
Dear Littler: Do We Need to Make Employee Restrooms Available to Customers?
Dear Littler: Our retail clothing chain has stores in 10 major cities across the country. We recently had an issue in our Seattle, Washington location. A customer claiming to have a medical condition wanted to use our private employee restroom. The store manager did not feel comfortable with this,
Class Action Trends Report: A COVID-19 litigation update
In our latest issue of the Class Action Trends Report, Jackson Lewis attorneys look at the current state of COVID-19-related litigation at this late stage of the global pandemic.
Employers have faced more than 5,000 COVID-19-related lawsuits — hundreds of which were brought as putative class or collective actions — and new lawsuits