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  • Title IX Compliance - Are You Covered?

    Our engaging and cost-effective Title IX Video Training Series is available now, and helps institutions meet annual training obligations and address best practices in investigating and resolving sexual misconduct allegations.

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  • Register Now! Corporate Counsel Conference 2021: Betwixt

    Join Jackson Lewis thought leaders for two jam-packed virtual sessions to discuss concise and timely information critical to employers.

    October 5 & November 10

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  • Remote and return-to-the-workplace survey

    View insights from more than 400 C-suite, senior human resources and legal executive respondents on what the future holds for their workplaces.

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    COVID-19

    Jackson Lewis’ Coronavirus Task Force is monitoring the developing situation surrounding COVID-19 in order to provide clients with practical, efficient risk management advice.

     

     

     

     

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  • We get work™ – the Podcast

    This episode discusses the evolution of unionization in the tech space, how COVID-19 has affected organizing activity by tech workers and what employers should do in response to organizing behavior.

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Labor Board General Counsel Mandates More Onerous Unfair Labor Practice Settlement Terms

After less than two months in office, new National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) General Counsel (GC) Jennifer Abruzzo has urged broad pro-union changes in NLRB case law and has mandated more aggressive remedies in unfair labor practice (ULP) cases. In a September 15, 2021, memo Abruzzo has now taken aim at ULP settlement agreements.... More

Congress Considering $700,000 OSHA Penalties

A Congressional committee has approved maximum penalties of $700,000 per item for violations of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. The move would mean more than a fivefold increase of maximum “willful,” “repeated,” and “failure-to-abate” violations from $136,532. Minimum... More

Federal Arbitration Act Partial Bar on California’s Ban on Mandatory Arbitration Contracts, Court Holds

The Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) only partially preempts California’s bar on mandatory arbitration agreements in employment, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has held, vacating the preliminary injunction that had been in place since early-2020 and enjoining enforcement of the law with respect to arbitration... More

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Jackson Lewis Earns Mansfield Certification Plus Status for 2021

NEW YORK, NY (September 13, 2021) Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce the firm has achieved the highest designation of Diversity Lab’s Mansfield Certification Plus for the second year in a row after completing the 12-month Mansfield Rule 4.0 certification program.  “Participating... More

Catherine Cano Authors "Employer’s Failure to State Cost of Confirmatory Drug Test Violates Iowa Law"

Catherine Cano authors "Employer’s Failure to State Cost of Confirmatory Drug Test Violates Iowa Law," published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article More

Alison Crane, Kathryn Montgomery Moran and Derek Franklin Co-Author "Chicago Amends Paid-Sick-Leave Law"

Alison Crane, Kathryn Montgomery Moran and Derek Franklin co-author "Chicago Amends Paid-Sick-Leave Law," published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article More