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Beginning on June 27, 2023, employers in all states must begin accommodating pregnant employees in exactly the same way that the...
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ATLANTA, December 7, 2022 – Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that 19 of the firm’s attorneys have been selected among...
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On October 13 the U.S. Department of Labor will publish a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that advocates a revised set of criteria for...
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In a recent interview with SHRM, Peter Spanos provided insight into a recent lawsuit denying an employee’s request to bring her dog to...
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The National Labor Relations Board announced in early April that union representation petitions increased 57% in the first half of the...
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Some commentators and advocates have maintained that recent union elections at several Amazon facilities in Alabama, New York and New...
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President Joe Biden has openly characterized himself as a "pro union president" since the beginning of his campaign for the office. As...
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In an article published by Law360 on February 17, 2022, Peter Spanos discusses the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit's Jan....
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A bill that would allow persons claiming sexual harassment or sexual assault under any federal, state or tribal law to opt out of any...
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Despite a general deadlock of the Democratic and Republican legislators on recently proposed legislation, the bill that allows persons...
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A bill that would allow persons claiming sexual harassment or sexual assault under any federal, state or tribal law to opt out of any...
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In an article published in Law 360 on December 6, 2021, Peter Spanos weighed in on The National Labor Relations Board general counsel...