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Predictable, Uniform Standard Needed for Who Is a Joint Employer
Topic: Employment Law
By Michael J. Lotito, a Shareholder in the San Francisco, CA and Washington, DC offices of Littler Mendelson PC, and Missy Parry, Of Counsel in the firm’s Walnut Creek, CA office.
Legal Backgrounder, May 19, 2017
Will the High Court Resolve Circuit Split on Class Waivers in Employee Arbitration Agreements?
Topic: Employment Law
By Mark A. Perry, a Partner, and Kevin Barber, an Associate Attorney, with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Legal Backgrounder, November 10, 2016
OSHA and SEC Scrutiny of Whistleblower Treatment Expands Businesses’ Civil and Criminal Liability Risks
Topic: Employment Law
By Edward T. Ellis, a Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Whistleblowing and Corporate Ethics Practice Group at Littler Mendelson PC in the firm’s Philadelphia, PA office.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 28, 2016
Workers’ Comp Case Before Pennsylvania High Court Could Weaken Franchising
Topic: Employment Law
By William O. Mandycz, an Associate with Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP in the firm’s Washington, DC office. 
Legal Opinion Letter, July 29, 2016
Eleventh Circuit Reins in NLRB’s Mischaracterization of Independent Contractors as “Employees”
Topic: Employment Law
By John J. Park, Jr., Of Counsel to the Atlanta, GA office of Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP and former Deputy Attorney General for the State of Alabama.
Legal Opinion Letter, April 29, 2016
Department of Labor Issues New Guidance on Determining Joint-Employer Status
Topic: Employment Law
By Michael J. Lotito, a Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Workplace Policy Institute in the San Francisco, CA and Washington DC offices of Littler Mendelson P.C., and Mike Asplen, Senior Manager of the Workplace Policy Institute.
Counsel's Advisory, February 26, 2016
After Browning-Ferris: The Ballooning Definition of “Employer” and Implications for NLRB, EEOC, and OSHA
Topic: Employment Law
By Nathaniel M. Glasser and Stuart M. Gerson, Members of Epstein Becker & Green P.C., and Daniel J. Green, an Associate with the firm.
Legal Backgrounder, October 23, 2015
California Supreme Court Should Reject Use of Unfair Competition Law to Regulate Workplace Safety
Topic: Employment Law
By Jeffrey M. Tanenbaum, a Partner, and Traci Bernard-Marks, an Associate, in the San Francisco office of Nixon Peabody LLP.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 23, 2015
New Jersey Supreme Court Set to Rule on Definition of “Independent Contractor”
Topic: Employment Law
By Mark E. Tabakman, a Labor & Employment Partner in the Roseland, New Jersey office of the law firm Fox Rothschild with an emphasis in wage-and-hour law.
Legal Opinion Letter, November 7, 2014
Redefining “Employer”: How the NLRB Plans to Treat Separate Companies as One
Topic: Employment Law
By Michael J. Lotito, a Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Workplace Policy Institute in the San Francisco, CA and Washington DC offices of Littler Mendelson P.C., and Missy Parry, Special Counsel in the Walnut Creek, CA office of the firm
Legal Backgrounder, September 26, 2014
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