A New Jersey federal court has ruled that a company’s self-disclosure of potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations did not render the company a state actor, allowing evidence obtained by its internal investigation to be used against two former employees alleged to have engaged in misconduct.
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Luis Rubiales resigned as the president of the Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) amid controversy over his kissing a women’s national team player without her consent following the team’s 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup win. The situation has sent shockwaves across the sports world and may serve as a reminder for
Join us on September 26 for a comprehensive webinar hosted by CDF as we delve into the crucial subject of arbitrating PAGA claims, exploring its implications following the California Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Adolph v. Uber. Partners Corey Cabral, Chair of CDF’s PAGA Litigation Practice, and Sander van der Heide, will guide attendees through the intricacies of this decision, offering invaluable insights and strategies that California employers need to stay informed and compliant with evolving labor laws.
In this webinar, you can expect:
In-Depth Analysis: Gain a thorough understanding of the Adolph v. Uber ruling and its far-reaching consequences for PAGA claims arbitration, including the impact on class action waivers.
Practical Guidance: Learn best practices for navigating PAGA claims within the context of the Adolph decision, including strategies for minimizing legal risks.
Legal Perspective: Hear directly from our seasoned attorneys who will provide real-world examples and case studies to illustrate the application of Adolph in different employment scenarios.
Interactive Q&A: Get your specific questions answered by our legal team during the live Q&A session.
Key Takeaways: Discover why California employers should pay close attention to the Adolph v. Uber decision and how it affects their labor law compliance strategies.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve in understanding the latest developments in PAGA claims arbitration and the broader implications for your business. Join us on September 26 and ensure your organization reduces its potential litigation risk, cost, and exposure from PAGA claims.
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Michael Lotito and Shannon Meade discuss the findings of the WPI’s 2023 Labor Day Report.
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Jim Thelen says the Supreme Court’s Harvard/UNC decision does not directly impact employment law but may impact the way the public, employees, the judiciary, government agencies and opposition groups looking for ways to legally challenge such programs and evaluate them going forward.
The university was not required to reimburse the professor for expense related to remote teaching, a California appeals court recently ruled.
The DOL recently released a proposed rule to better protect farm workers on H-2A visas against retaliation, add new protections for worker self-advocacy, make foreign…
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Security Engineers, Inc., a Birmingham, Alabama-based company specializing in contract security services which operates in at least 14 states, violated federal law when it denied female applicants employment and job assignments because of their sex, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit announced
PINELLAS PARK, Fla. – Kanes Furniture, LLC, doing business as Kane’s Furniture, which operates 17 furniture stores throughout Florida, violated federal law when it refused to hire female applicants for delivery driver, delivery assistant, and warehouse associate positions, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced in a lawsuit filed
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Delaware-based TCI of Alabama, LLC, a recycler of large items such as transformers and electrical equipment which operates a single plant located in Pell City, Alabama, violated federal law by firing an employee for participating in an internal investigation of alleged sex discrimination, the U.S. Equal Employment
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The HBO host said he sympathized with the writers but needed to return for the good of other people who work on “Real Time With Bill Maher.”