“Hot Labor Summer” – so dubbed due to strikes by the Writers Guild, Screen Actors Guild, Southern California Hotel Workers, health care workers from multiple unions, and United Auto Workers

Continue Reading California Governor Signs Bill Allowing Staff to Unionize…in 2026

Twenty-two attorneys from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP are listed in Benchmark Litigation’s Labor & Employment 2024 Guide. Notably, Global Labor & Employment Practice Co-Chair James N. Boudreau is

Continue Reading 22 Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Recognized in 2024 Benchmark Litigation Labor & Employment Guide

On Aug. 30, 2023, the WHD of the DOL released a NPRM that proposes to revise the “white collar” overtime exemption regulations applicable to executive, administrative, and professional employees. Most

Continue Reading Labor Department Proposes Increasing Salary Threshold for Overtime Pay

In a trail of decisions turning back the clock to precedent under the Clinton-era Board, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has reversed the standard of review for employee handbook

Continue Reading NLRB Reverts to Heightened Legal Standard in Reviewing Employee Handbook Policies

Now that the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022-2023 term has ended and the dust has (somewhat) settled, employers are no doubt assessing the impact the Court’s decision in Groff v. DeJoy

Continue Reading The Devil’s in the Details: Employee Religious Accommodation Requests After Supreme Court’s Decision in Groff v. DeJoy

On May 30, 2023, the General Counsel (GC) of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) took a step toward the federal regulation of employee noncompetition agreements. The GC published a

Continue Reading NLRB Signals Challenge to Noncompete Agreements for Non-Supervisory Workers