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State and subdivisions of state are subject to ADEA regardless of its number of employees in contrast to a private sector employer where the law applies only to "an industry affecting commerce" having twenty or more employees

State and subdivisions of state are subject to ADEA regardless of its number of employees in contrast to a private sector employer where the law applies only to "an industry affecting commerce" having twenty or more employeesMount Lemmon Fire District … Continue reading

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Recapping the Many Legislative Developments Affecting Private Employers in New York and New Jersey, So Far, in 2018

There have been many significant legislative developments over the past year which have and will affect private employers in New York and New Jersey. Federal, state, and local legislatures have been busy in the employment arena, promulgating rules and regulations … Continue reading

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Third Circuit Issues Major Employment Law Decision Affecting New Jersey Sexual Harassment Claims

The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently issued an important decision on the law of sexual harassment in the case of Sheri Miransky versus Susquehanna County and Thomas Yadlosky, Jr.  The Third Circuit hears appeals from … Continue reading

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Orrick WebEx: Recent Developments Affecting Taxpayers and their Representatives

  On June 28 at 9:00 AM EST, please join Orrick’s Tax Advocacy Group for a WebEx presentation on issues that continually permeate audits and investigations, recent developments in the law, and the new frontier of cryptocurrency. Click here to register. Connection details … Continue reading

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How Opioids Are Affecting Lawsuits in Texas

When attempting to identify the underlying causes of America’s nation-wide opioid epidemic, it is impossible not to mention the role of manufacturers and distributors in creating this monster. Yet, throughout the growing crisis, these multi-billion-dollar companies have been able to … Continue reading

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