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7.31.19
Largest Data Breach Settlement Ever Obtains Preliminary Court Approval
by Jennifer Hutchins

7.31.19
Passing of Chicago Fair Workweek Ordinance Creates Heightened Standard for Employers in the City
by Ryan Guerin

7.18.19
U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division Hits Florida Hard
by Jennifer Hutchins

7.16.19
California Refines Consumer Privacy Rights and Creates a Private Right of Action for Data Breaches
by Danielle Jenkins

7.15.19
Hotel Franchisor May Be Considered Joint Employer
by Danielle Jenkins

7.10.19
Despite Superior Results, U.S. Women Still Earning Less
by Ryan Guerin

7.8.19
Changes to the Salary Threshold of the FLSA's White Collar Exemption on the Hori
by Mia A. Conza

7.1.19
Changes in Consumer Protection Law Impact Data Rights
by Suketa K. Shah

7.1.19
Firsts: Maine Mandates Paid Leave for Any Reason
by Jennifer Hutchins

5.28.19
Washington State passes HR 1450 - Non-compete Law
by Suketa K. Shah

5.24.19
No More Playing Cat And Mouse: NLRB To Crack Down On Unions' Use Of Inflatable Animals
by Ryan Guerin

5.20.19
Despite Protests, Uber Drivers Are Considered Independent Contractors
by Ryan Guerin

5.20.19
Restoring Justice for Workers Act may end mandatory arbitration agreements for employers
by Jennifer Hutchins

5.17.19
DOJ's brief may expand potential liability for Employers under Title VII
by Jennifer Hutchins

5.16.19
Under New Requirement, Employers Must Turn Over Past Two Years' Pay Data To The EEOC
by Ryan Guerin

5.15.19
Department of Labor Updating Joint Employer Rule
by Danielle Jenkins

5.6.19
Trade Agreements and Tariffs – a look at their impact on construction projects
by Suketa K. Shah

1.31.19
Further Analysis on High Court's Ruling that Transportation Companies' Arbitration Agreements with Workers Are Invalid Under the FAA
by Allison Wallrapp-McMullan

1.31.19
OSHA Amendment Reduces Reporting Requirements for Largescale Employers
by Ryan Guerin

1.18.19
How Lawmakers are Working to Transform the #MeToo Movement into Harassment Free Workplaces
by Mia A. Conza

1.18.19
SCOTUS Rules that Worker Disputes with Transportation Companies Can't Be Compelled to Arbitration Under the FAA
by Allison Wallrapp-McMullan

11.28.18
New Opinion Letter from DOJ Removes Confusing 80/20 Rule for Tipped Employees
by Kendra D. Presswood

9.25.18
A year after the Florida Supreme Court issued its White v. Mederi Caretenders Visiting Services of SE. Florida opinion, we find the non-competition landscape shifting on a national level.
by Suketa K. Shah

09/11/2018
Legalization of Marijuana and Banking
by Mitchell Robiner

09/05/2018
Covenants Not to Compete -- Illinois Update
by Danielle Jenkins

5.9.18
Client Update: Joint Employer Rule in Flux
by Suketa K. Shah

4.10.18
Clarity for Car Dealerships and New Rules for FLSA Exemption Analysis
by Michael Willats

4.4.18
TOP 5 LEGAL CHALLENGES FACING SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS IN 2018
by Suketa K. Shah

4.4.18
Shankman Leone, P.A. is pleased to welcome Mitchell Robiner
by Mitchell Robiner

3.20.18
#MeToo Inspires Lawmakers to Review Laws
by Mia A. Conza

3.8.18
Title VII, #MeToo: Employer Update
by Mia A. Conza

2.27.18
Labor And Employment Event
by Mia A. Conza, David S. Shankman and Michael Willats

2.20.18
Florida Statute to Limit ADA Public Accommodation Fee Claims Not Likely to Withstand Federal Scrutiny
by David S. Shankman and Michael Willats

2.12.18
Data Breaches and Liability Under Florida Law

1.8.18
The Defend Trade Secrets Act – A New Tool in the Protection of Trade Secrets and How to Utilize It

12/14/2017
Shankman Leone, P.A. and the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home Partner for the Holiday

12/01/2017
Shankman Leone, P.A. is pleased to welcome Mia A. Conza
by Mia A. Conza

10.11.17
News Release: Suketa Shah Joins Shankman Leone P.A.
by Suketa K. Shah

09/25/2017
Florida Supreme Court’s Ruling: Potential Impact to your Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreement.
by Suketa K. Shah

9.15.17
Are Medical Marijuana Users Entitled to Reasonable Accommodation? The Federal Government Says No, but an Increasing Number of States are Saying Yes!
by Michael Willats

8.14.17
State Action to Curb Efforts to Increase Minimum Wage
by Michael Willats

7.21.17
Labor Department Rolls Back Franchise Joint Employer Policy

7.20.17
Franchising Abroad

7.19.17
Sexual Orientation Discrimination
by Kendra D. Presswood

7.18.17
Franchise Relationships

7.17.17
Changes Coming to the NLRB
by Michael Willats

7.14.17
New Requirements for the 2017 EEO-1 Survey

6.28.17
U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Sports Gambling

6.23.17
New York Adopts Paid Family Leave Act

6.12.17
NASAA Provides Guidance on Item 19 Financial Performance Representations

7.19.16
Interpreting the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992
by Kendra D. Presswood

 

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