Cal/OSHA Standards Board Modifications of Indoor Heat Illness

On December 22, 2023, the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board published further modifications of the draft indoor heat illness standard. The modifications, which were based on suggestions received in November... Read more »

Scott Ruygrok Discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s New Work Rule Standards

Scott Ruygrok discusses the importance of a maintaining a frequently updated employee handbook and shares best practices to navigate changing employment laws in “Clark: It’s time to review your workplace policies,” published... Read more »
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California’s Indoor Heat Illness Prevention Standard: Cal/OSHA Standards Board Publishes New Modifications

The draft indoor heat illness prevention standard continues to work its way through the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board’s rulemaking process. On November 9, 2023, the Board published proposed modifications to... Read more »

Five MSHA Standards to Watch Out For

Some standards are so familiar that they can simply be referred to by their section numbers or their shorthand names. In these cases, mine operators and miners know what you’re talking about... Read more »

President Biden signs executive order setting safety standards for AI – JURIST

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order Monday setting landmark safety and security standards for artificial intelligence (AI). The order will force major AI developers to: share safety test results with... Read more »

Small Businesses Urge Supreme Court To Provide Clear Standards On Title VII

Muldrow v. City of St. Louis concerns Title VII and transfer decisions WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 18, 2023) – NFIB filed an amicus brief today in the case Jatonya Clayborn Muldrow v. City... Read more »

Fourth Circuit Establishes New Standards for Plaintiffs Seeking Unjust Enrichment as an Equitable Remedy under ERISA

The Fourth Circuit weighed in on the complex area of equitable relief under ERISA § 502(a)(3), holding that recovery under an unjust enrichment theory may provide claimants with an alternate path to... Read more »

Evolving Standards for Title VII Claims in Fifth Circuit and Others Federal Appellate Courts

Plaintiffs need not allege discrimination with respect to an “ultimate employment decision” under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to survive a motion to dismiss, the U.S. Court of Appeals for... Read more »
NLRB Returns to Pre 2019 Union Election Standards

NLRB Returns to Pre 2019 Union Election Standards

  Related Practices & Jurisdictions   The National Labor Relations Board has issued a new rule that returns to pre-2019 union election standards. The primary impact is that workers will wait less... Read more »
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