OVERVIEW Opportunities for student-athletes to benefit from use of their name, image, and likeness (NIL) have opened up under new NCAA rules adopted in the face of pressure from state…

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On March 17, 2020, Hirschfeld Kraemer’s Christine Helwick was a guest on Employment Matters, the Employment Law Alliance (ELA) podcast. In this episode, Issues Arising with US Employees Working Remotely…

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April 21, 2020 – You probably have heard by now about President Trump’s tweet last night saying he will issue an executive order to suspend immigration due to COVID-19. Based…

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After a short lull in immigration policy action, things are changing again. Last week the Trump Administration informed the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that it would issue a new…

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Category: Immigration,

Our blog post on January 5, 2016 summarized California’s new E-Verify law and other updates.  So what should California employers do differently now with respect to I-9s and E-Verify?  Enrollment in…

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Even before the President’s executive actions on immigration have been implemented, there is a new development. On Monday, a federal district court in Texas issued a preliminary injunction blocking implementation of the…

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Category: Immigration,

February has rolled around again and we’re thinking about powder days for skiing in the mountains and Caribbean vacations to find some sun, and April showers to bring May flowers……

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Category: Immigration,

On November 20, 2014 President Obama announced a set of immigration changes to be implemented by executive action within the parameters of current U.S. immigration laws.  The announcement was accompanied…

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Category: Immigration,