|Supreme Court Unanimously Holds Disparate Impact Claim Is Timely Despite No Challenge to Adoption of Hiring Practice||May 27, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Department of Labor Issues Final Rule Requiring Government Contractors to Notify Employees of Their Rights under Federal Labor Laws||May 20, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|President Obama Extends COBRA Subsidy Until May 31||April 20, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Federal Court Holds Company Misclassified Franchisees as Independent Contractors||April 6, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Fair Labor Standards Act Amended to Require Breaks for Nursing Mothers||April 1, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|New H-1B Filings for FY 2011 Begin April 1||March 17, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|President Obama Extends COBRA Subsidy for Unemployed Workers Again||March 3, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Appeals Court Limits The Scope of Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act||February 18, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Obama Administration Proposes Initiative to Combat Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors||February 5, 2010||Labor and Employment Alert|
|President Obama Extends COBRA Subsidy for Unemployed Workers||December 23, 2009||Labor and Employment Alert|
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