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A Flurry of DOL Activity Ushers in 2021

Posted by chapteradmin on Jan. 13, 2021  /  Legal Updates  /   0

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The FFCRA: It’s Goodbye for Now, But Maybe Not Forever

Posted by chapteradmin on Dec. 29, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

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Modified CDC Guidance Offers Employers Options for Quarantining

Posted by chapteradmin on Dec. 9, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

Under revised guidance issued on December 2, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) has provided new options for shorter quarantine periods due to COVID-19 exposure.

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COVID-19 Update: Putting the Pieces Together for Employers

Posted by chapteradmin on Nov. 25, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

Three new COVID-19 related laws, passed with bipartisan support, combine to provide protections for both employees and employers.

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Garnishment Error = Employer’s Debt

Posted by chapteradmin on Nov. 11, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

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New Pact Between Federal Agencies

Posted by chapteradmin on Nov. 4, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was just signed between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Labor (DOL).

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School’s in Session: New FFCRA FAQs Address Return to School Leave Issues

Posted by chapteradmin on Sep. 1, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

The Department of Labor (“DOL”) has issued new frequently asked questions (“FAQ”) to help employers and working parents understand how the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) applies to the various return to school formats and schedules.

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Grieving the Loss of the Company’s Social Media Accounts

Posted by chapteradmin on Aug. 25, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

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Eight (no, make that seven) Lessons Learned at University

Posted by StarChapter on Aug. 2, 2020  /  Legal Updates  /   0

George v. Youngstown State University, a newly published opinion by the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit that finds in favor of the former employee in a case involving discrimination and retaliation claims

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