29Jul
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Important Court Case Summary: Pregnancy Discrimination

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  • ADA, fmla, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Discrimination, Pregnancy Leave, pregnant employees
Pregnancy Discrimination Case Young v. United Parcel Service (UPS) Under the Family Medical Leave Act regulations, pregnancy is considered its own unique kind of disability that can last for around nine months. Despite this unique nature, employers must treat pregnancy as they would any other disability. In the case of Young v. United Parcel Service, […]
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17Jul
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Same Sex Marriage for Employers

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  • FMLA Same Sex, FMLA Same Sex Marriage, FMLA Same Sex Spouse, Same Sex, same sex marraige for employers, Same Sex Marriage, Same Sex Marriage policy, Same Sex Spouse, Sane Sex Marriage for Employer Policy
With Same Sex Marriage Decision, Employers May Need to Update Their FMLA Policy On June 26, the Supreme Court ruled the Fourteenth Amendment “requires a State to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed […]
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01Jul
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Labor Attorneys In Demand for FMLA ADA and Workers Compensation

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  • ADA, ADA Compliance, American disabilities act, Americans with Disabilities Act, California Family Rights Act, California FMLA, California Leave, CFRA, Employment Attorney, fmla, FMLA California, Labor Attorney, Workers Compensation
Worker Benefit Increases Mean a Growing Demand for Labor Attorneys in California A flurry of recent developments within the state of California foreshadows an increasing need for the counsel of labor attorneys. With wage increases, ADA compliance lawsuits, and changes in workers’ compensation for leaves of absence looming on the horizon, the skills of a […]
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