New legislation in New York and California reflects growing momentum for pro-employee legislation that seeks to punish discrimination and harassment, but which threatens to subject well-intentioned employers to new breeds of serious claims.Read More
The Paley Rothman Blog
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Employers in the District of Columbia must allow their employees to take up to 24 hours of leave during any 12-month period to attend school-related activities.Read More
A recent ruling from the U.S. District Court for District of Maryland highlights the importance of communicating employment policies to all employees and ensuring that those policies are consistently enforced.Read More
A recent ruling from the US Court of Appeals for District of Columbia clarifies that employers must present evidence of clear and reasonably specific reasons for making employment-related decisions.Read More
High court rules that an employee’s failure to file an obligatory agency action before proceeding to court with a Title VII claim of discrimination is not a jurisdictional bar to the lawsuit, which places the burden on their employer to raise this defense early in the case, or else forfeit it.Read More