Changes on the Horizon in Labor and Employment Law

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10/25/2017Bibeau Anne G.

As 2017 winds down, there are a few developments that may change the legal landscape for employers: · Class-Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements. Arbitration agreements, in which employees agree to submit disputes with their employer to arbitration rather than to court, have become common. Often, the agreement stipulates that all claims must be submitted on… Read more »

USCIS Changes Form 1-9 . . . Again

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10/18/2017Ostroff, Gretchen M.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) has again changed the Form I-9, less than a year after its last revision. You may recall that in January 2017, a new Form I-9, dated November 14, 2016, replaced the prior version of the form, which had not been updated since 2013.  The core Form I-9 requirements… Read more »

Counting Down to Deadline for DoD Requirements for Safeguarding Covered Deference Information and Cybersecurity Incident Reporting

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10/11/2017Sterling, Michael L.

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012 goes into effect on December 31, 2017. This “Cyber Clause” applies to most companies that do business directly with the Department of Defense as well as subcontractors and vendors. The Cyber Clause applies to Covered Defense Information (CDI), which is broadly defined to include almost all nonpublic information…. Read more »