The Employer Law Resource provides important news, updates, analyses, and strategies for business leaders and professionals who manage legal matters involving labor, employment, and benefits issues. The Employer Law Resource serves as a business tool for officers, directors, in-house counsel, human resources leaders and other personnel management professionals who need to stay informed on complex issues impacting their workforces.
section covers a broad range of labor and employment issues facing employers and professionals. The topics focus on, but are not necessarily limited to, leave-related issues under the FMLA, ADA, and state and local leave laws; restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and related business torts; all types of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation arising under local, state and federal laws; compliance issues, such as under OSHA and Department of Labor Wage and Hour regulations; navigation of investigations and inspections by government agencies, such as the EEOC and OSHA; and other best practices and considerations for employers and managers facing disputes and issues involving their workforces.
section covers legal issues impacting the design and administration of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, health plans, incentive programs, stock programs, fringe benefit, and health/welfare benefit programs, and non-qualified deferred and equity compensation plans, as well as strategies for maintaining compliance of these arrangements in this highly regulated area. Topics will also address service provider audits, collective bargaining agreements and provisions, surveys and benchmarking, corporate governance and risk assessments, applicable listing rules, and accounting considerations, and 280G calculations.
Aug 31, 2021 | 12:00 PM CT
In this presentation, we will discuss legal risks and best practices to mitigate the same associated with returning to in-office work amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, we will analyze potential pitfalls…Continue Reading Upcoming Webinar: Returning to Work: Employer Considerations
Houston’s Fourteenth Court of Appeals recently held that a claim for attorney’s fees under the Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act (“UDJA”) is not preempted by the Texas Covenants Not to Compete Act where the action brought under the UDJA seeks to…Continue Reading Houston Appeals Court Reminds Employers Why They Should Review the Enforceability of Their Non-Compete Agreements with Employees
Join Labor & Employment Shareholder Taylor White for a live 90-minute CLE webinar titled ‘Construction Employers and OSHA Violations: Willful Violations, Civil and Criminal Penalties.’ This CLE webinar will provide construction counsel with advice based on recent decisions by the…Continue Reading WEBINAR | Construction Employers and OSHA Violations: Willful Violations, Civil and Criminal Penalties