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Labor & Employment Law Daily

SAME-DAY ANALYSIS OF BREAKING NEWS

A premium daily report of labor and employment law news, including breaking news alerts, that affects your world.

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Breaking news and expert analysis on legal and compliance developments

Labor & Employment Law Daily is a premium labor and employment law  current awareness and analysis service that offers daily e-mails, access to an online searchable database, and the option of receiving breaking news alerts. Labor & Employment Law Daily covers the most current federal and state court decisions with links to full text from the following sources:

  • Supreme Courts
  • Appellate Courts
  • Districts Courts

Attractively priced, Labor & Employment Law Daily can also save you as much as 50% over a similar daily labor and employment law service. The combination of content and affordability makes Labor & Employment Law Daily an outstanding value.

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Timely, practical updates on must-know developments

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  • Customize your daily email by topic and/or jurisdiction
  • Quickly access federal and state developments covering a wide range of employment and labor law topics
  • Search archives for stories of interest going back more than 10 years

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  • Get expert analysis written by subject matter specialists—created by attorneys for attorneys.
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Customer Spotlight
Customer Spotlight - How one successful solo practitioner uses Labor & Employment Law Daily at his office — and in court

This customer spotlight is based on an interview with Chris Bourgeacq, founder and owner of The Chris Bourgeacq Law Firm, PC, which is a solo general law practice firm in Austin, Texas with a speciality in labor and employment law. Learn how Chris leverages Labor & Employment Law Daily to reduce his research time while ensuring he has instant access to the daily developments within labor and employment law -- along with indepth analysis of those developments so you can apply them in real-time.

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Customer Spotlight - Staying Current, Saving Time, and Supporting Business Development

This customer spotlight is based on an interview with David Morrison, a principal in the Litigation and Labor & Employment groups at Goldberg Kohn. Learn how David leverages the Wolters Kluwer Labor & Employment Law platform to stay up-to-date, save time, and as a business development tool.

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Uber accused of using threats, misinformation to pressure drivers to support Proposition 22

By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. The ballot initiative would exempt app-based gig workers from AB 5, making them independent contractors. On October 22, two Uber drivers, along with two nonprofit...

October 27, 2020
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Injunction banning Uber and Lyft from classifying drivers as independent contractors upheld

Whether ride-share drivers for Uber and Lyft were employees or independent contractors was a question of first impression in California. A trial court did not abuse its discretion when it granted...

Ronald Miller October 27, 2020
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Civil rights, other groups push back on short comment period for EEOC conciliation proposal

Notably, the proposed rulemaking was issued before the Commission has even completed its current conciliation pilot. The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and 39 other organizations...

Pamela Wolf October 26, 2020