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A New Administration: What’s In Store for Employers

Schiff Hardin attorneys Henry W. Sledz Jr. and Lauren S. Novak will present “A New Administration: What’s In Store for Employers,” a webinar examining how the country’s new leadership will affect labor and employment law Topics will include the future of the Affordable Care Act, the new overtime rule, the NLRB, immigration reform, the Supreme Court, and federal contractor regulations and executive orders.

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Investigating Sexual Harassment Allegations

Association of Inspectors Generals Fall 2018 Training Conference

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Proposed New Overtime Rules: What Employers Need to Know Now

Center for Competitive Management (C4CM)

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Eight Schiff Hardin practice areas earned a National Tier 1 ranking on the 2017 edition of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list

The firm also earned 30 Metropolitan Tier 1 rankings across its Ann Arbor, Chicago, Dallas, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. offices.

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Stahr Quoted on SCOTUS Title VII Case Refusal

Business Insurance Magazine

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Prewitt Helps Draft The Sedona Conference Commentary on BYOD

Matthew Prewitt is a member of the drafting team for The Sedona Conference Commentary on BYOD: Principles and Guidelines for Developing Policies and Meeting Discovery Obligations.

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Schiff Hardin Earns 38 Top-Tier Rankings by U.S. News – Best Lawyers

Schiff Hardin announced today that the firm earned top recognition for its marquee practices nationally and in key markets in the 2018 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.”

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Schiff Hardin Expands Labor and Employment Practice with Partner Derek Barella in Chicago

Schiff Hardin LLP announced today that Derek G. Barella has joined the firm as a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group in the Chicago office.

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Schiff Hardin Named “Innovation Builder” by BTI

Schiff Hardin LLP has been singled out by corporate counsel as one of only 28 percent of law firms clients view as a BTI “Innovation Builder,” which recognizes firms that bring change to the legal market through new technology, services, strategies, or structures.

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Schiff Hardin Recognized with 40 Top-Tier Rankings in U.S. News “Best Law Firms” Report

Schiff Hardin announced today that the firm has received 40 top-tier rankings and national recognition for its premier practices in the 2019 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.”

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Novak Elected to Chicago Bar Association Board of Managers

Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to announce that Labor and Employment Deputy Practice Group Leader Lauren Novak has been elected and installed for a two-year term to the Chicago Bar Association’s (CBA) Board of Managers, the governing council that decides policy issues for the CBA.

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Novak Quoted on U.S. Supreme Court Arbitration Agreement Ruling

The Society for Human Resource Management

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Effects of NLRB’s Adoption of “Quickie Election” Rules

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DOJ, FTC Announce New Antitrust Guidance for Recruiting and Hiring; Criminal Enforcement Possible

Many companies—and the HR professionals and other executives who worked for them—have found out the hard way that business-to-business agreements on compensation and recruiting can violate the antitrust laws and bring huge corporate and personal penalties.

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DOL Overtime Rule Blocked by Federal Court

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EEOC Giving More Thought to Mental Health Conditions

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EEOC Issues Final Rule on Pay Data

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EEOC Mandates Position Statement Transparency

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Employment Tricks For Halloween

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New CA Law Restricts Use of Choice of Law

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New Overtime Rule Taking Effect in Dec. 2016

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Summer Hours: Make Sure Summertime Flexible Hours Work

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Statistical Sampling Upheld in Class Action

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Supreme Court Tells Insurers Not to Twiddle Their Thumbs

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Temporary Employees—Or Long-Term Bargaining Obligation?

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This March, Will Employers Bench Office Betting Pools?

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White House Addresses Non-Compete Contracts

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2017 Legislative Developments

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Federal Contractor Fair Pay and Safe Workplace Rules Revoked

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Important EEO-1 and I-9 Updates

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New Laws and Lessons for Employers After Trump's First 100 Days (Podcast)

In this 20-minute podcast, Schiff Hardin attorneys Henry Sledz and Lauren Novak discuss important changes during the Trump Administration’s first 100 days that could hurt or help employers

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NLRB Reverses Four Obama-Era Decisions

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Tips on How to Proactively Address Workplace Harassment

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2018 Legislative Developments

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California Supreme Court Rejects FLSA’s De Minimis Doctrine

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DOJ Antitrust Division Again Emphasizes Risks of “No-Poach” Agreements

In a recent speech, the head of the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) once again warned companies about the antitrust risks of certain agreements among employers not to hire each other’s employees.

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Expanded Protection for Nursing Mothers in Illinois

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NLRB General Counsel Issues New Guidance for Workplace Rules

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NLRB Tries Again on Joint Employer Question

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OFCCP Issues New Directives to Boost Contractor Compliance

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2019 Labor and Employment Legislative Developments

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Amendments to the Illinois Equal Pay Act

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SCOTUS Deals Another Blow to Classwide Arbitration

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Updates in Employment Arbitration Agreements

Recent rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court have changed legal interpretations of employer-employee arbitration agreements. Read more about our coverage and how these rulings these agreements going forward.

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