On June 12, 2021, a Texas federal judge issued one of the first rulings on a challenge to a mandatory vaccination policy. U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes of the Southern
Continue Reading Texas Judge Becomes One of the First to Affirm Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

On Friday, March 5, join us for a panel discussion focused on the new administration and the anticipated impact on employment and immigration laws and regulations. Employers and government contractors
Continue Reading A Look Ahead: The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration and What Employers Need to Know


Continue Reading EEOC Issues Updated Guidance on COVID-19 Antibody Testing

September is coming, and a chilly wind is blowing for employers with more than 100 employees. By Sept. 30, 2019, employers must submit EEO-1 Component 2 data, employee wage and
Continue Reading Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Reinstates Collection of EEO-1 Component 2 Data: Pay Data Collection for Calendar Years 2017 and 2018

There are myriad special rules for employers operating in California, and even more were signed into law last term. 2018 was Jerry Brown’s last year of his second “two-term” round
Continue Reading 2018 Year in Review: California L&E

New York State and New York City have passed new legislation in an effort to strengthen prohibitions against sexual harassment in the workplace. Last month, we reported on those new
Continue Reading UPDATE: New Anti-Sexual Harassment Compliance Mandates for New York State and New York City in Full Swing