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Vacations: Necessary for the Soul, but Not Required By Law

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Laws and Regulations, Wage & Hour

Like many of you, I long for vacations.  I like to plan them out in advance and then spend the intervening weeks and months plotting and scheming. What restaurants and new foods should we try? What attractions should we try to visit? And while that private tour my Facebook friend recommended sounds neat and all,… Continue Reading

Disparate Impact Claims May Have Extended Statute of Limitations Calculations, Rules U.S. Supreme Court

Posted in Discrimination & Harassment, Litigation

Back in February, I noted that not all U.S. Supreme Court cases are created equal and warned employers not to get too excited about a case that was then being argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court — Lewis v. City of Chicago. Yesterday, the Court released its unanimous decision (download here) in that… Continue Reading