Camille Roe is selected as an honoree for the 2021 Women’s Justice Award in the Litigation Practitioner Award category for her legal prowess and commitment to representation in the legal profession in “WJA 2021: Camille L. Roe,” published by Missouri Lawyers Weekly.
Many states have Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)-approved workplace safety and health programs (OSHA State Plans) and enjoy enforcement autonomy over workplace safety and health in those states, particularly with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On October 8, 2021, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) West Los Angeles regional office issued an unfair labor practice (ULP) complaint against the Daily Grill for allegedly violating section 8(a)(5) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) by engaging in a pattern of delay intended to frustrate the bargaining
The New York Department of Labor (“DOL”) recently published guidance and FAQs entitled “Adult Use Cannabis And The Workplace – New York Labor Law 201-D” to address questions related to the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (“MRTA”). MRTA legalized marijuana use and possession for adults who are 21 and older,
In the past, the O-1 visa was how many foreign musicians and other artists were able to tour and work in the United States. Now, for many reasons, they may have to consider other strategies.
The O-1 visa category is for “artists of extraordinary ability” and obtaining O-1B visa status for
Elizabeth Murphy and Reem Blaik co-author “California Expands Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers,” published by SHRM.
Tammie Garner, Senior Director of Professional Development, discusses best practices for team building and acclimating new associates while working from home in “Lessons from 2020’s improvised new associate orientation,” published by Reuters.
Sheila Minihane discusses the prospective implications of the Department of Homeland Security instating proof of vaccination requirements for individuals entering the United States from Mexico or Canada for work or business in “Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination to Be Required at Canada, Mexico Borders,” published by SHRM.
Brian McDermott discusses the Indiana Chamber of Commerce naming Allegion the recipient of the Jackson Lewis Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Champion Award in “Allegion Wins Inaugural Jackson Lewis Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Champion Award for Indiana,” published by The Times.
Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the firm has been named a finalist for the Minority Corporate Counsel Association’s (MCCA) 2021 Thomas L. Sager Award. The award recognizes law firms that champion a more diverse and inclusive workforce and have demonstrated a commitment to improving the hiring, retention and promotion of diverse attorneys.
The average American may not know that some of the largest real estate developments in recent history were completed by foreign real estate companies. The L-1 nonimmigrant visa classification can provide a useful pathway for such multinational companies. See more in our publication here.
Texas House Bill 25, “The Save Women’s Sports Bill,” would bar public school students from participating in interscholastic athletic opportunities designated for the opposite “biological sex.”
The proposed legislation was passed by the Texas State Senate by a 19-12 margin, and an amended version of the measure received support and
Last week, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced the launch of its Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative (“the Initiative”) aimed at combating “new and emerging cyber threats to the security of sensitive information and critical systems” specifically targeting accountability of cybersecurity obligations for federal contractors and federal grant recipients, by way of
Sean Paisan and Sierra Vierra co-author “Cal/OSHA Modifies Quarantine Rules for Asymptomatic, Unvaccinated Workers,” published by SHRM.