Tag Archives: Developments

Illinois Employment Law Developments | K&L Gates LLP

Illinois may be on the road to becoming the “California” of the Midwest based on the latest developments in its employment laws. The following is a look at the key regulatory changes for 2022 and possible changes for 2022 and beyond. Restricting Restrictive Covenants: Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Effective 1 January 2022, an amendment to the… Read More »

Year in Review: Top 5 Employment Law Developments of 2021 | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Employers faced another challenging year in 2021, attempting to keep up with constantly changing regulations and laws addressing the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, while still facing traditional legal issues such as discrimination and worker classification. Below is a review of five of the biggest developments in employment law over the past year. Political landscape changes. The… Read More »

Changes and Developments in California Employment Laws for 2022 | Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

As 2021 quickly comes to a close, we look back at this year’s legislative session, which included several employment-related bills signed by Governor Gavin Newsom, including bills aimed at prohibiting quotas that interfere with employees’ ability to take breaks and combatting wage theft and wage/hour violations by garment manufacturers.  We have summarized the new laws… Read More »

10 Developments That Shaped Employment Law In 2021 | Proskauer Rose LLP

2021 was a transformative year for labor and employment law and fundamental employment dynamics. There was no shortage of highly influential decisions issued by courts around the country in 2021 — and California continues to sit at the eye of the storm. And, as we’ve seen for decades, what happens in California doesn’t stay in… Read More »

Employment Law Developments – What’s on the Horizon for Employers? | King & Spalding

It is an understatement to say that much has changed in the employment space over the past 18 months. We have seen significant changes in employment legislation in response to the pandemic (most notably the furlough scheme, which recently concluded on 30 September 2021). The pandemic forced flexible working on many employers and employees, with… Read More »