Employment Law News and Insights

Another Cybertheft Lawsuit Spotlights 401(k) Recordkeeper Procedures

Published: Jul 18, 2022
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The army of internet thieves doesn't spare retirement plans. Several lawsuits have been filed against plan sponsors and their recordkeepers, including Estee Lauder, Abbott Laboratories, and recordkeeper Alight, as a result of theft of plan accounts. Those cases have not resulted in final decisions clearly defining the responsibilities of fiduciaries...

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DC Minimum Wage Increase

Published: Jul 06, 2022
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On July 1, 2022, the District of Columbia increased its minimum wage rate from $15.20 to $16.10 per hour for employees who do not receive gratuities and increased its minimum wage from $5.05 to $5.35 per hour for employees who do receive gratuities. As to the latter, it is very...

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Ohio’s New “Permitless-Carry” Law: Implications For Employers

Published: Jun 28, 2022
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In March 2022, Governor DeWine signed Senate Bill (S.B.) 215, known as Ohio's "Permitless-Carry" Law. Effective June 13, 2022, Ohioans who are classified as "qualified adults" may carry or conceal a firearm without a permit and without completing the eight-hour training course that was previously required. However, the firearm must...

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