|U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Whether Union Fair Share Fees are Constitutional
A group of nonunion teachers in California is challenging a state law requiring them to pay money to the local union... Learn More.
Ohio Ban the Box Legislation Passed
The Ohio Senate passed House Bill 56 also known as “Ban the Box” legislation. This bill... Learn More.
Department of Labor Delays Implementation of New Overtime Rules
In March 2014, President Obama signed a memorandum directing the
Department of Labor to update the regulations defining which
white-collar workers... Learn More.
Controversial “Cadillac Tax” Delayed until 2020
President Obama signed H.R. 2029, the Consolidated Appropriations Act
for 2016, on December 18, 2015. Title 1, Section 101 of this Act... Learn More.
Avoid a He-Said/She-Said Battle by Keeping Proper Time Records
A recent federal case out of the Eastern District of Michigan highlights the importance of... Learn More.
Ohio Supreme Court Case Reinforces the Need to Properly Classify Workers
A 2015 Ohio Supreme Court case serves as a reminder to Ohio’s employers to ... Learn More.
Columbus Police Ban on Muslim Headscarves Challenged
An important issue for Ohio’s employers is when they may be required by law to provide religious accommodations... Learn More.
Judges Do Have a Sense of Humor
A recent decision from Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge David Cain reminds us that ... Learn More.
New Year, New Health Insurance Ideas
The IRS has issued Notice 2015-87, which provides further guidance on health reimbursement arrangements ... Learn More.
NLRB Decision May Impact Workplace Cell Phone Policies
Nowadays, many people own and frequently use a smartphone to take photos or record videos, among... Learn More.
Divided Court Says Ohio Employer Bound by Union Agreement it Never Signed
In one of its final opinions of 2015, a Sixth Circuit panel of judges concluded... Learn More.
The Transitional Reinsurance Program & Impact on Public Employers
In Ohio v. United States (2016), the Court held in part that Congress intended... Learn More.