Tag Archives: Rule

Litigation Over H-4 EAD Rule Rescission Continues

The uncertainty regarding the rescission of the H-4 EAD Rule continues to drag on and the plaintiffs in Save Jobs USA v. United States Department of Homeland Security are getting tired of waiting. Save Jobs, a group of technology workers … Continue reading

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RESPAS Required Use Rule Delayed

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it will once again delay the implementation date of the proposed changes in RESPAs new required use definition by 3 months, from April 16th until July 16th, and … Continue reading

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CA Supreme Court Revises Opinion on De Minimis Rule

In July, the California Supreme Court announced that various provisions of the Labor Code and the IWC Wage Orders did not incorporate the de minimis doctrine. According to that doctrine,¬†some alleged wrongs are so trivial or hard to measure that … Continue reading

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New NLRB Joint-Employer Rule

In case all of the prior signals weren't enough, the NLRB has now formally announced a "new" proposed joint-employer standard. Although it won't be released until tomorrow, the Board's announcement makes clear that it intends to return to the pre-Browning-Ferris… … Continue reading

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NLRB To Change Construction-Industry Rule?

The NLRB announced today that it is inviting briefs in Loshaw Thermal Technology and Casale Industries. Both cases involve a lesser-know rule under the NLRA (at least if you're not involved with construction union very often). Section 8(f), among other… … Continue reading

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