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Given the prevalence of remote work during the pandemic, is working from home now presumed to be reasonable disability accommodation?
Question of the Day: What do I need to know about the Minnesota Governor’s Mandatory Face Covering Order?
What do I need to know about the Minnesota Governor’s Mandatory Face Covering Order?
Reps and warranties insurance, which has become common in conventional M&A transactions, is now being marketed for use in distressed transactions, including 363 bankruptcy sales. How will that work and can it help facilitate a more robust and competitive sale process?
Minnesota exemptions were recently updated, increasing the amount of assets that individuals may protect.
What does the DOL’s new COVID-19 guidance say about return to work and remote work?
What do employers need to know about the DOL’s new FMLA forms?
When traveling domestically for business, will my employee be required to self-quarantine at the destination or upon return?
The European Union’s sweeping privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation, prohibits transfers of personal data to the United States unless the company transferring the data has provided legally-appropriate safeguards. One mechanism that many companies—over 5,000 in total—have relied upon to safeguard such transfers is the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework. That safeguard is no longer valid.
Considering the recent protests demanding racial equality, how are employers handling the issue of dress codes and dress code policies?
SEVP Announces Modifications to Temporary COVID-19 Exemptions for Nonimmigrant Students Taking Online Classes
On July 6, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program announced significant modifications to temporary exemptions for nonimmigrant students taking online classes due to the pandemic.