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Although the COVID-19 pandemic officially concluded on May 11, 2023 when President Biden announced the end of the public health emergency, COVID-related illnesses and

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California recently enacted two pieces of legislation, which further restrict non-compete agreements. On September 1, 2023, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 699, which

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On January 1, 2018, California enacted its Fair Chance Act (“FCA”) – also known as a “ban the box” law – which limits the

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UPDATE: New York has published Frequently Asked Questions and other information on the obligation to notify employees of unemployment benefit rights, available HERE. Following

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By Catherine I. R. Pontoriero, Esq. and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq On September 13, 2023, the New York State Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued

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By Melanie M. Ghaw, Esq. and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq As a reminder, New York State’s pay transparency law is scheduled to go into

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By Melanie M. Ghaw, Esq. and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq. On July 25, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) published a final rule

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By Moira Phan, Legal Intern and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq. New Jersey’s Unemployment Compensation Law (“NJ UCL”) has long required employers to inform newly

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By Melanie M. Ghaw, Esq. and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq. Effective June 21, 2023, the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”) amended its

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By Moira Phan, Legal Intern and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, when many businesses began onboarding employees for remote

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By Shirley Castillo, Legal Intern and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq. On June 7, 2023, amendments went into effect expanding the Nursing Mothers in the

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By Melanie M. Ghaw, Esq. and Rachel H. Khedouri, Esq. In a case of first impression, a New Jersey District Court has determined there

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By Kristine Ryan, Esq. The Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (“USERRA”), one of several statutes benefitting veterans, prohibits civilian employers

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By Kegan Andeskie, Esq. It is generally accepted that a plaintiff who files a lawsuit places his or her mental and physical health in

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By Punam Alam, Esq., June 3, 2021 In a split opinion, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled on May 21, 2021 that the trial

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Earlier this month, it was reported that the total number of COVID-19 related employment complaints filed in United States courts passed the 2,000 mark. 

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By Allison Vogel, Esq., April 20, 2021 It is well-settled that a defendant may not remove a case to federal court based upon diversity

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By Ryan Carlson, Esq., April 15, 2021 Most arbitration agreements identify the specific arbitration forum where an employee must bring a dispute. The Judicial

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