Airbnb’s #weaccept Super Bowl ad last month was seen as a response to Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. However, in regard to Airbnb’s recent New York ad campaign, perhaps the hashtag should have been #acceptus. Since 2010, it has ...Read More »
As most know by now, earlier this year the U.S. Department of Labor published its final rule updating the regulations governing whether executive, administrative, and professional employees are entitled to overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Under the ...Read More »
Last week I covered the first part of an opinion issued by the Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee, Formal Opinion 127 (online: http://www.cobar.org/tcl/tcl_articles.cfm?articleid=9073). I discussed the committee’s conclusions regarding lawyers mining social media for evidence and then promised to address ...Read More »
Employers now routinely require employees to sign restrictive covenants as a condition of employment, prohibiting an employee from accepting employment with a competitor and from soliciting existing customers when the employment relationship terminates. While enforcement of these covenants in the ...Read More »
In a recent decision rendered in the context of a Union organizing campaign involving Browning Ferris Industries [i], a divided National Labor Relations Board has adopted a greatly expanded standard for determining who is a “joint employer” under the National ...
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