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John S. Gilliam is a co-leader of the firm's Labor and Employment Law Practice Group who focuses his practice primarily in the area of employment law, including litigation involving alleged discrimination, retaliation and civil ...
Employers and HR professionals will want to know about this proposed new enforcement guidance on harassment in the workplace issued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The U.S. Department of Labor is proposing a regulation that, if adopted, would raise the minimum salary threshold for exemption for overtime pay for certain employees.
U.S. Supreme Court changes "undue hardship" standard for employers when employees request accommodations based on religion.
The U.S. Supreme Court rules web designer's religious beliefs under the First Amendment protects her from having to service LGBTQ+ client.
NLRB ruling affirms importance of “entrepreneurial opportunity” in determining contract worker status, strengthens union rights in Michigan.
Federal appellate court ruling establishes new "similarly situated" standard for assessing whether fellow employees should receive notice to join as plaintiffs in Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions.
The anticipated repeal of Michigan’s “right-to-work” law will significantly change the landscape for unionized and non-unionized employers, alike.
Michigan employers could face more whistleblower, “public policy” and at-will employment claims following this recent Supreme Court ruling.
Employers should take note of recent federal guidance on issues related to the Americans with Disability Act and opioid use disorder.
New federal law will soon allow employees to sidestep forced arbitration agreements implemented by employers.
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- DOL Finalizes Rule Tightening Independent Contractor Test
- NLRB Finalizes Rule Broadening Joint Employer Test
- EEOC Issues New Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Harassment in the Workplace
- Proposed Rule Change to Minimum Salary Requirements Would Expand Overtime Pay to Millions of Workers not Currently Eligible
- U.S. Supreme Court Bolsters Right of Employees to Request Religious Accommodations
- U.S. Supreme Court Rules Website Designer Free to Refuse Services Under First Amendment
- NLRB Restores FedEx II Standard When Factoring Workers’ Entrepreneurship
- Sixth Circuit Adopts New “Similarly Situated” Employees Evaluation Standard for Issuing Court-Approved Notice of FLSA Suits
- Unanimous Supreme Court Finds Lip Service not Good Enough for Disabled Student