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Quarterly News Alert, Serving Employers in NY, NJ and CT

Fall 2022

Developments this past quarter include shifting federal discrimination protections and expanded protections in Connecticut; new employer obligations in New Jersey and updated federal workplace posters; the unwinding of COVID mandates and a survey of what rules remain in effect; and a series of notable recent court decisions.

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Summer 2022

Levy Employment Law

Pay transparency predominates in New York, while employer speech is being regulated in Connecticut.  Recent New Jersey court decisions have addressed employee speech, and the Supreme Court has ruled on waiver of arbitration and federal contractors’ damages liability under anti-discrimination laws.  Also covered is the most recent EEOC guidance on hiring practices.

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Spring 2022

Sexual harassment prevention laws are again proliferating at the federal and New York State level, while federal agencies are enhancing enforcement of employee protections and New Jersey has added some new limits on employment at-will and enhanced employee privacy protections. Our quarterly pandemic response guide updates employers on mandates that have abated, new government guidance, and new compliance obligations.

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Winter 2021-22

Levy Employment Law

Featuring:
• NYS Governor acts swiftly on wide range of new employment laws;
• COVID-19 employer compliance – what to keep in mind now;
• Wage-related changes at federal, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York State and New York City levels; and more.

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Fall 2021

Pressing concerns remain in complying with COVID-19 obligations, and we have a helpful table of current vaccination requirements impacting employers in the tri-state New York area.  Also covered are the latest tweaks that state legislatures and government agencies are making to the equal employment opportunity and wage and hour laws, and the Biden administration’s roll back of employment law changes to maximize employee protections.

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