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To Increase Board and CEO Diversity, New York Comptroller Urges Companies to Adopt NFL’s Rooney Rule
Last month, New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer announced an initiative calling on companies to adopt a policy requiring the consideration of both women and people of color for every open board seat and CEO position.
The Internal Revenue Service has announced the 2020 cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) for retirement plans. Most limits have increased.
In the past month, over 40 retailers and restaurants have been served with lawsuits in federal court, alleging that a lack of Braille gift cards discriminates against blind customers in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
In July 2019, the U.S. Trademark Office announced it would implement new rules to clarify what constitutes an acceptable specimen to show use on goods.
Despite Courts Enjoining Department of Homeland Security Public Charge Rule, State Department Proceeding with Implementing its Own Version
Last week, four courts issued injunctions barring the Trump administration from implementing the controversial public charge rule that would dramatically change the way immigration law operates in the United States.
Affected LCA programs include the H-1B, H-1B1 and E-3 visa classifications
USCIS has reminded employers that they may accept only unrestricted Social Security cards for I-9 verification purposes, and they have updated the form accordingly.
The Department of State recently issued a reminder about upcoming changes to domestic air travel documentation requirements under the Real ID Act, which requires all state-issued identification documents to meet a set of minimum security standards.
After just six months serving as Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary, Kevin McAleenan handed in his resignation on October 12. McAleenan was the fourth DHS Secretary of the Trump administration.
Four immigrants to the United States have been named Nobel laureates for 2019.