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The Rise of Love Contracts: Workplace Relationships in a Post #MeToo Era
Posted on: May 10, 2018

Steve Loewengart authored the article “The Rise of Love Contracts: Workplace Relationships in a Post #MeToo Era” featured in Ohio Matters Magazine. In a post #MeToo era it has become necessary for employers to establish and promote clear policies on office romances.

U.S. Department of Labor Issues New Wage and Hour Opinion Letters
Posted on: Apr 23, 2018

On Thursday April 12, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division issued three new opinion letters concerning travel time under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the compensability (under the FLSA) of brief work breaks taken as intermittent leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the treatment of certain lump sum payments under Title III of the Consumer Credit Protection Act.

Second Circuit Holds Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation Violates Title VII
Posted on: Apr 3, 2018

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently joined the Seventh Circuit in holding that Title VII prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation, overruling prior precedent to the contrary.

Changes to the Tax Code Affect Deductibility in Confidential Settlements of Sexual Harassment Claims
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

Recently-passed changes to the federal tax code added a new section 162(q), the so-called Weinstein tax, which disallows deductions for settlement payments related to sexual harassment or abuse claims—and deductions of attorneys’ fees related to such a settlement—if the payment is subject to a nondisclosure agreement. Both Plaintiffs and Defendants are potentially affected by these changes applicable to any payments made on or after December 22, 2017.

Federal Labor and Employment Regulators Publish Budget Requests and Justifications
Posted on: Feb 22, 2018

After a tumultuous series of short funding extensions, federal labor and employment regulators have published their budget requests and justifications.

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