On Sept. 22, Greenberg Traurig attorneys will discuss the latest developments emanating from the Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson and what lies ahead. This will be

Continue Reading 9/22 Webinar | Legal Considerations in a Post Dobbs v. Jackson World: What Employers and Providers Need to Know

On Aug. 29, 2022, the California legislature passed the FAST Recovery Act, which is arguably the most significant piece of restaurant-specific legislation passed in U.S. history, impacting a massive range
Continue Reading Urgent Issue Webinar: The Passing of the FAST Act and What It Means for Restaurants | Sept. 2

The Chicago City Council enacted amendments to the City’s Human Rights Ordinance that take effect July 1, 2022. The amendments:

  • Expand the definitions of the sexual harassment and sexual orientation;


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A bill introduced in the California Assembly in February 2022 would prohibit employers from discriminating against workers and job applicants for off-duty marijuana use.

Assembly Bill (AB) 2188 would amend
Continue Reading New California Bill Would Prohibit Employers From Acting Against Workers for Off-Work Cannabis Use

An employer who seeks to enforce a non-compete clause against a former employee in Florida may seek injunctive relief and, depending on whether diversity jurisdiction exists, must decide whether to
Continue Reading Troubled Waters? Navigating Florida’s Non-Compete Statute in the Wake of TransUnion

On Oct. 25, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued guidance and updated the same on Oct. 28, to assist employers who receive requests for religious accommodations from job
Continue Reading EEOC Issues Guidance on Title VII and Religious Objections