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Employers Taking Proactive Approach with Paid Leave Policy Changes

A wave of more generous policies regarding paid sick and parental leave is sweeping the nation as individual cities and states tackle the issue while it remains stalled at the federal level. Led by advocates such as A Better Balance, policy changes are especially catching on, or being improved upon, within traditionally progressive states such as California, New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts. More >

Safety Rules for Small Drones Prepare for Lift-off

As businesses anxiously await final rules from the FAA governing commercial drone use, the Micro Unmanned Aircraft Systems’ Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) released an important report on April 6, 2016, that laid out specific safety recommendations related to the FAA’s proposed rules for small drones under 55 pounds. More >

NJL Attorneys Listed in 2016 Women Super Lawyers

Shareholders Amanda Cialkowski, Sandra Jezierski, and Tracy Van Steenburgh have been listed among the 2016 Women Super Lawyers list. Shareholder Katie Connolly, and associates Jen Cornell and Sarah Riskin have been listed among the 2016 Women Rising Stars list. More >

Supreme Court Takes Narrow Road in Decision on Tyson Foods Class Action Status

Nilan Johnson Lewis labor and employment attorney Pablo Orozco says one of the major takeaways from the SCOTUS ruling might be what wasn’t decided more so than what was, as the high court also declined to consider the related, but equally important question, of whether representative evidence impermissibly allows employees who weren’t harmed to form part of the class and to receive a part of the award. More >

Preparing Your Health Care Organization for Cybercrime

While all businesses are susceptible to cyberattacks, health care organizations are especially targeted for the “coveted” data they hold – patient information, all stored in one location. It’s no longer a question of “if,” but “when,” as a recent Los Angeles hospital found out. More >

New Paid Sick Leave Ordinance Proposed

The City of Minneapolis is the latest in a long line of municipal and state governments to propose a paid sick leave ordinance. Paid sick leave is not a new issue in Minneapolis, as the City Council entertained another proposal in 2015. That proposal, which also contained onerous predictive scheduling and pay requirements, was ultimately […] More >