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2016: They Say all Politics is Local: Now Employment Law is Too

Paid Family Leave
The end of 2016 is a good time to review and consider a subtle shift in employment law which appears to be gaining momentum. The shift, which may be imperceptible at first, could prove to have lasting impact on employers, especially those who operate in multiple cities and states, and can easily be described as … Continue reading this entry

Two Lawsuits Hope to Put the Brakes on Overtime Rule Changes

Wage and Hour
With a December 1 deadline looming, millions of employers across the country are scrambling to implement new compensation and classification practices in response to the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rule, announced in May. This past Tuesday, a duo of federal lawsuits was filed in Texas as a response to strong objections from … Continue reading this entry

Is There a Doctor in the House...Outside His or Her Restricted Territory?

Should physicians be subject to a different noncompete standards than other professionals? Several states have established laws, through statute and case law, on the topic of physician non-competes, and yet we are still far from a consensus.… Continue reading this entry

The Times They Might Be A-Changin' in Georgia, Massachusetts and Illinois

As many of us in the noncompete world are aware, the law of noncompetes is constantly evolving and changing, sometimes by court decisions like the Sheshunoff decision in Texas, and sometimes by statute, like in Oregon. There are three legislatures currently considering new noncompete bills: Georgia, Illinois and Massachusetts (linked to my good friend and … Continue reading this entry