Monthly Archives: October 2018

The ADA and Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana: Top 5 Pitfalls for Healthcare Employers

Navigating the landscape of reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) can be particularly challenging to clients in the healthcare industry.  Need to wear a wrist brace?  In most jobs, that would be no problem; in an area

Posted in Labor & Employment

EEOC Data for FY 2018 Shows Uptick in Sexual Harassment Claims as Number of Other Claims Falls

On October 4, 2018, the EEOC announced preliminary sexual harassment data for FY 2018, which ended September 30. The acting chair of the agency, Victoria Lipnic, said the EEOC had received many requests for the data in the lead-up to

Posted in Labor & Employment, Sexual Harassment

Halloween in the Workplace – What Could Go Wrong?

October 31st is right around the corner, and in workplaces all across the U.S. employers are contemplating having some kind of Halloween party or inviting employees to dress up. On its face, it seems like a great idea. Halloween can

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Posted in Labor & Employment

Defend Trade Secrets Act Whistleblower Immunity Notice – Small Price to Pay for Major Benefits

You probably already know that the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) makes available to employers a number of significant remedies, but what you may not know is that several of those remedies are contingent on employers notifying employees of

Posted in Benefits, Labor & Employment

New Illinois Law Puts Money Back in Your Employees’ Wallets

As of January 1, 2019, Illinois will have one of the most expansive employee expense reimbursement laws in the country. Governor Bruce Rauner recently signed off on an amendment to the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act, requiring employers to

Posted in Labor & Employment

How to Handle Waivers in Discrimination Cases

It is every L&E attorney’s dream:  You are deposing a Title VII plaintiff and it’s starting to get late. One by one, the plaintiff’s allegations of discrimination start to lose their luster; the seams are beginning to show. Plaintiff is

Posted in Discrimination, Labor & Employment
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