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EEOC’s Move to Digital Charge System Changes the Landscape of Discrimination Claims

By Kyle Perry Employment discrimination claims have gone digital.  Following a brief Pilot Program, on January 1, 2016 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) implemented the Digital Charge System nationwide.  The move to online filing is meant to ease the … Continue reading

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A Wrinkle in Litigation Planning: 2016 “Appellate Jurisdiction” Bill Could Affect Appellate Strategy

By Andrew Murdison From the outset of any lawsuit, a sophisticated litigation strategy should include positioning the case for appeal, so that parties may be maximally protected from errors in the trial court. The eventual appellate strategy may depend upon a … Continue reading

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Fair Labor Standards Act Regulations to be Updated

By Elizabeth McLeod The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is the federal law that addresses minimum wage and overtime standards for most public and private employers. It also provides recordkeeping requirements and standards for child labor. Employees must be paid … Continue reading

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Our Courts, The Judiciary, and The Resolution of Disputes in a Just and Peaceful Manner

By Michael Loebl With the next presidential election less than one year away, we are constantly bombarded by both conventional and social media with soundbites from the numerous presidential candidates seeking their party’s respective nomination. A frequent target of those … Continue reading

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