The State of Paid Family and Medical Leave in the U.S. in 2023

Read the series Explore this guide to workplace leave laws in the United States. Today in…

Employers, Are Your Leave Policies Ready to Ring in 2023? | Proskauer – Law and the Workplace

With the arrival of the new year comes the effective date of many new leave laws…

For the New Year, New Rules: 2023 Brings Changes for Illinois Employers | Epstein Becker & Green

Looking back on the past year and ahead to the new one, Illinois employers may want…

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation Establishing Carlos’ Law

Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation establishing Carlos’ Law. The legislation (S.621B/A.4947B) amends the New York State Penal Law to increase…

Family’s advocacy credited with change in child abuse law

State Sen. James Skoufis said he was approached in 2020 by a father who thought there…

What Laws Will Go into Effect in Oregon on Jan. 1, 2023?

(TNS) — Oregon lawmakers passed nearly 120 bills during the short legislative session this year. Some…

New California Labor Laws for 2023

Tuesday, December 27, 2022 As the calendar flips to 2023, here is a rundown of significant…

The year of laws | OnCubaNews English

The year 2022 will be remembered for the enormous legislative production of the National Assembly of…

Rate of paid family leave denials in CT exceeds neighboring states

For Jenn Jump, it gave new meaning to the phrase “double jeopardy” after she requested paid…

How advisers can help victims of financial abuse

October 2022 saw the annual Corbett Le Quesne’s International Family Law Conference. This year, the theme…

Analysis reinstating a corrections employee for off-duty fatal shooting made mistakes: Appeals court | News

Colorado’s Court of Appeals has said an administrative law judge made mistakes when she decided to…

Hochul should evaluate criticism, but ultimately sign Grieving Families Act

News Editorial Board One of Albany’s most anxiously watched pieces of legislation may either be signed,…

What one Black Judge’s family history can teach us about justices.

At present, Black judges make up 12.77 percent of the federal bench. This is actually, finally,…

New York Workforce to Expect 2023 Employment Law Updates

Monday, December 19, 2022 Last year New York state and local legislatures implemented a number of…

Law enforcement suicide may qualify for ‘killed in line of duty’ survivors’ benefit

A Washington County sheriff’s deputy who died by suicide after struggling with work-related post-traumatic stress can…

Trump Organization found guilty on all counts of criminal tax fraud

CNN  —  A Manhattan jury has found two Trump Organization companies guilty on multiple charges of…