Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce Douglas J. Klein has been elevated to New York City office managing principal (OMP). Doug succeeds Lori D. Bauer, who is stepping down to focus on her growing practice. Dana G. Weisbrod will assume the role of office litigation manager.
Archives for March 13, 2023
The Seattle City Council passed a first-of-its-kind ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on caste in employment, housing, and public accommodation. Seattle’s mayor approved the ordinance on February 23, 2023, and the ordinance will take effect March 25, 2023, 30 days from the mayor’s approval.
The Illinois Supreme Court’s decision that a separate claim under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) accrues each time an entity scans or transmits an individual’s biometric identifier or biometric information will lead to absurd and unjust results not intended by the Illinois General Assembly, Jackson Lewis argued in a friend-of-the-court brief filed on behalf of a coalition of trade associations representing the interests of thousands of Illinois businesses employing approximately 2.9 million individuals in Illinois.
Amy Wax and free speech groups say the university is trampling on her academic freedom. Students ask whether her speech deserves to be protected.
Joyce Willoughby will be the new inspector general of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), effective March 13, the federal agency announced today.
Annual Performance Report Highlights Agency’s Efforts in Rebuilding Workforce to Address Increasing Demands for Services
Researchers interviewed professionals in the U.S. and Canada about their experiences in a variety of industries.
At a recent Zoom program I attended sponsored by the Harvard Law School Association of Orange County, attorney Tina Rad of Wagener Law addressed the ten most common mistakes made in workplace investigations.
March 8th was International Women’s Day, and with it came a global spotlight on gender equality in the workplace.
All too often, employees don’t get much positive feedback.
Holding a grudge is essential to surviving the humiliations of office life
Women in the U.S. labor force
A New York City tech worker is going viral for learning a role with her job title was being advertised online and offering up to $90,000 more per year, thanks to a new salary transparency law in the city.