Are You Prepared To Handle The #MeToo Movement In Your Workplace?

Months into the #MeToo movement, daily reports of high-profile sexual harassment complaints have led to a new question - are employers prepared to handle a harassment complaint?  Recent spotlights on failed investigations, inadequate employer responses,...

Addressing Workplace Sexual Harassment – Avoid Becoming the Next Headline

Recent public scandals involving high-profile men and sexual harassment reached new heights when Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein was accused by numerous women of conduct ranging from inappropriate to harassment to sexual assault. The weeks that followed...

Acosta and Miscimarra appointed to oversee U.S. workplace laws

The U.S. Senate confirmed Alexander Acosta as head of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on April 27, solidifying Trump’s pro-business stance on labor following his recent appointment of Philip Miscimarra as chairman of the...

Tenth Circuit Denies EEOC Attempt to Subpoena Pattern or Practice Evidence

Employers familiar with the time-consuming task of responding to broad requests for information from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) will be pleased to learn the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has found one such...