Sometime soon, your e-mail inboxes are going to be bombarded from attorneys telling you that you need to pay attention NOW to new overtime rules by the U.S. Department of Labor.  ROFL.  

At least based on what we know now, it’s best taking a lesson from my teenagers and ignoring the messages and hype (and

The Department of Labor today proposed new regulations of the FMLA that would explain further the military family leave provisions and incorporate some special provisions for airline flight crews. 

The new proposed regulations are in response to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 which amended the FMLA to extend the military caregiver

There’s about 24 hours to go to sign up for the next free monthly webinar.  It’s set for tomorrow, Wednesday, October 14th at noon.  You can register for it here.

A few weeks ago, the EEOC released new proposed regulations interpreting the ADA Amendments Act. These proposed regulations and the Act have raised questions for

With the EEOC’s release of new proposed regulations interpreting the ADA Amendments Act, many employers have even more questions about this new law. What disabilities are covered? How should we deal with requests for accommodations?

We’ll attempt to answer as many of these frequently asked questions as we can at our monthly webinar set for October

UPDATED 3/1/09

Earlier this week, I indicated that the EEOC would be releasing new proposed regulations interpreting the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).  [Those new proposed regulations can be found here. (H/T LawMemo)) In the meantime, the EEOC released on its website a very useful document providing "background information" on Title II of

UPDATED 3/1/09

The EEOC released proposed regulations regarding the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act on February 25, 2009.  The Washington Labor & Employment Wire (H/T) received and advance copy; the regulations are expected to be published later on Thursday or Friday and the 60-day comment period will begin then. (UPDATED: The text of the