The Customer is Not Always Right: Sex Museums and Harassment

New York City’s Museum of Sex (“the Museum”) is facing a lawsuit from a former employee who alleges that the Museum failed to protect her from sexual harassment by her co-workers and the Museum’s patrons.  The plaintiff’s complaint alleges that … Continue reading

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States Push Back on Local Paid-Sick-Leave Laws

Snell & Wilmer’s Josh Woodard and Benjamin Nucci were quoted in Society for Human Resource Management’s HR Magazine article on the state and local paid sick leave laws across the country. Read on here.

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Back-peddling on Who Is the Employer: The NLRB Proposes a Revision to the Joint Employer Standard

In a 2015 controversial decision, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) ruled that, for purposes of federal labor law violations, a business may be deemed a joint employer of another company’s employees if the business had “indirect” control over those … Continue reading

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