In this episode of our Workplace Safety in California series, Kevin Bland and Karen Tynan discuss how California safety regulations are enacted. Kevin and Karen explain the rulemaking process, including how potential regulations are introduced, the benefits of participating in the review and commentary process, how long it takes to enact a regulation, and when businesses can obtain variances.
In this special crossover episode of the “Third Thursdays with Ruthie” and “Tech-Tuned Workplace” podcast series, Ruthie Goodboe, Jennifer Betts, and Zeb Curtin (Senior Labor & Employment Lawyer and Team Lead at Cargill) discuss artificial intelligence (AI) in the labor law space. They cover how employers and unions might use AI, automation’s impact on labor organizing, and key takeaways for employers for harnessing the power of AI—and avoiding the risks.
In the first episode of this two-part series, John Stretton and Rachel Mandel discuss the complexities surrounding the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, including the interplay between the two laws and best practices for effectively managing leaves of absence in complicated situations.
In this podcast, Tom Vasiljevich and Grace Ristuccia discuss withdrawal liability and the sale of assets exemption under ERISA § 4204. Tom and Grace explore why structuring an asset sale to comply with this exemption might serve the interests of not only the seller but also the buyer.