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Category Archives: Legal Insights
By Jessica Madrigal The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently amended its Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) regulations. These amendments are aimed at regulations pertaining to disparate impact claims and the reasonable factors other than age (RFOA) defense. … Continue reading
By Jessica Madrigal New Requirements for New Hires California has passed new legislation (the Wage Theft Protection Act), effective January 1, 2012, that imposes new requirements on employers with respect to new hires. Specifically, California Labor Code Section 2810.5 will … Continue reading
By Kathryn M. Weeks Within San Francisco city limits, employers of 20 or more employees are subject to the Health Care Security Ordinance. The following is a plain-English summary of these provisions, which can be somewhat perplexing for employers and … Continue reading
The EEOC’s New Rule On An ADEA Defense Creates Confusion and Greater Restraints On Employers Defending Against Such Claims
By Rachel Hulst Since its inception, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) has protected workers over the age of 40 from discrimination. In an attempt to make this Act consistent with Supreme Court case law, the Equal Employment Opportunity … Continue reading
What is the I-9 Form and Why is it Required? By Mary Bosworth The I-9 form is the Employment Eligibility Verification Form issued by the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). All US employers must complete … Continue reading
By Rachel Hulst As a woman, mom of two and employment lawyer, I’ve never been more popular amongst my friends. These are friends who, until recently, knew nothing about what I actually did for work. Yes, they knew I was … Continue reading
Medicare Reimbursement Problems By Heather K. Kelly, Jonathan Allan Klein, Annmarie M. Liermann and James M. Meseck Until changes are made, careful planning is critical to avoiding the current system’s many problems. Counsel representing plaintiffs, defendants, and liability insurers alike … Continue reading
Pharmaceutical “duty to warn” litigation is, without doubt, one of the fastest growing areas of legal practice. Pharmacies are the most recent additions to this practice area, with plaintiffs around the country suing them on various theories surrounding the pharmacies’ … Continue reading