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QSR Magazine – “NLRB: Businesses Must Have ‘Substantial’ Control to be Joint Employer”

Law360 – “3 Takeaways From NLRB’s Stricter Joint Employer Test”

SHRM Online – “NLRB Issues New Definition of ‘Joint Employer’”

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SC Biz News – “Employers confronting legal issues surrounding coronavirus”

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Law360 – “Eye On ERISA: A Q&A With Ogletree’s Practice Chairs”

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Law360 – “Pay Inquiry Bans Passed 1st Major Legal Test At 3rd Circuit”

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SHRM Online – “10 California Wage and Hour Myths Debunked”

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Law360 – “How BigLaw Can Support Black Attorneys And Improve Diversity”

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Law360 – “Legal Risks May Lurk In Employers’ Coronavirus Response”

SHRM Online – “Coronavirus Concerns in the Workplace”

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Phoenix Business Journal – “Inside the List: Valley legal firms see steady growth in cannabis work”

Law360 – “New Laws Bolster NJ’s Worker-Friendly Bona Fides, Attys Say”

Atlanta Business Chronicle – “Changing state laws, federal ban make marijuana policy hazy for Georgia employers”

SHRM Online – “Marijuana and the Workplace: What’s New for 2020”

AZ Big Media – “Here is Arizona’s business outlook for 2020”

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