Articles focusing on employment law.
North Carolina’s new law broadly limits employers’ inquiries about expunged records. ...[Continue Reading]
Arizona’s Senate Bill 1062 illustrates the conflicting interests implicated by anti-gay religious freedom bills. ...[Continue Reading]
Cheerleaders for the Oakland Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals filed suit for wage theft and unfair employment practices. ...[Continue Reading]
Many businesses, including electronics companies Motorola, Lenovo, and Apple, have brought manufacturing jobs back to the United States despite the costs involved, showing that they value the benefits of the “Made in America” brand. ...[Continue Reading]
Interns working in unpaid positions may finally be getting the compensation they desire by filing lawsuits. ...[Continue Reading]
In 1935, desperate to find a way to fairly and efficiently resolve labor disputes, Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York introduced a bill in Congress. The bill, soon to become known as the Wagner Act, was signed into law in July of that year. The Wagner Act created the National Labor Relations ...[Continue Reading]
In one of his first major acts as governor, Pat McCrory signed into law a bill that will mark a dramatic overhaul in North Carolina’s unemployment system. The bill, which McCrory signed on February 19, is the second bill he has signed since taking office in January and will go into effect on ...[Continue Reading]