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Category: Legislative Updates

DOL Proposes “Economic Reality” Test to Help Determine Status of Workers

September 22, 2020 The U.S. Department of Labor (the “DOL”) just proposed new regulations that, if implemented, would make it easier for employers to classify workers as independent contractors (rather than employees).  Such a classification …

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The Federal Arbitration Act Takes the Bite Out of the Empire State’s Sexual Harassment Law

This just in: Employers in New York State can still compel arbitration of sexual harassment claims under certain circumstances.  This is great news for employers.  In Latif v. Morgan Stanley Co. LLC, a case out …

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States Are Banning Arbitration Clauses for Sexual Harassment Claims: Is Arbitration’s Time Up?

Almost two years later, the #MeToo movement is still in full swing.  Employers across the country are still seeing and feeling the consequences in very real ways.  In the latest example, arbitration of sexual harassment …

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