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The Illinois Freedom to Work Act will prohibit most private-sector Illinois employers from entering into non-compete with their "low-wage" employees
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reiterated that the "Convincing Mosaic" standard is not a legal requirement—it's a metaphor.
The DTSA was enacted in large part to address concerns regarding corporate espionage, cyber-crimes, and trade secret issues. Just shy of ninety days after its enactment, how are employers taking advantage of the DTSA?
The EEOC has published its revised proposal to collect W-2 income and hours-worked data as part of its annual Employer Information Reporting process to support civil rights enforcement.
Owners and developers often request a jurisdictional determination (JD) for projects in order to identify wetlands and other protected waters, and under prior court decisions, the landowner or developer had to exhaust administrative remedies. In 2016 the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Jurisdictional Determinations by the Corps can be appealed under the Administrative Procedure Act as a final agency action.
Employee Whistleblower Protection laws at the federal level are quickly and, perhaps alarmingly for transportation employers, becoming one of the largest growth areas in transportation litigation.
Now is a critical time for businesses to hire veterans, but private employers need to consider both the legal benefits and challenges associated with hiring veterans.
The environmental regulatory setting for a derailment depends on what was released, how much, and where it went.