Top 10 Developments of 2018 in Employment and Higher Education Law: NUMBER 10 – HIGHER ED ROUNDUP 2018 was a year full of legislative action at the federal level. In the higher education sphere, proposed changes to Title IX dominated the news cycles, while changes at the Supreme Court might herald the demise of “affirmative…

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It’s likely that you are reading this blog post from a chair. Little did you know that the humble office chair could be the latest rock star in the world of pseudo-class actions under the California Private Attorneys General Act, or PAGA. The right to sit in a chair while working has been in the…

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Category: Class Actions,

HK’s Glen Kraemer provides frequent trainings addressing the challenging legal issues around workplace and campus violence. On August 16, 2018, Glen was a featured speaker at the 2018 Threat Management Conference in Anaheim, California, hosted by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP). Click HERE to view Glen’s slide presentation at the Conference: “Evolving Legal Considerations…

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Hanging in my office is a Dilbert cartoon wherein a boss announces to his subordinates that, happily, they would not be replaced by robots. Unhappily, he would be replaced by a robot, bringing his unfortunate subordinates suffering “the world hasn’t seen since slavery was legal.” In an apparent bid to outdo Dilbert’s employer, Amazon has…

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Seeking another route to reverse a key decision of the Obama-era National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or the “Board”), the current Board has proposed a new administrative rule for determining whether an entity is a “joint employer.” The key to this new test is that an entity controls the “essential terms and conditions” of an…

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Category: NLRB,