For small businesses with fewer than 50 employees, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) includes two parts which suddenly present new, unanticipated and complex
Author: Robert G. Chadwick, Jr.
What Employers Can Learn From The Coronavirus Suit Against Princess Cruises
On March 9, 2020, Ronald & Eva Weissberger sued Princess Cruise Lines, Ltd. in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. Mr.
New DOL Rules Regarding Tips and Joint Employment Face Uncertainty In Courts
The Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), which governs minimum wage, overtime pay, equal pay and child labor, expressly authorizes the Secretary of Labor to promulgate
The Thinning Tightrope For Harassment Investigations
As many employers already know, sexual harassment claims are often disputed. A female victim alleges improper behavior by a male supervisor or co-worker. The accused
What Does The Future Hold For Severe Obesity Claims Under The ADA?
The Fall Edition of Professional Liability Defense Quarterly, published by the Professional Liability Defense Federation, features an article by Robert G. Chadwick, Jr. entitled “What
Combating Sexual Harassment By Narcissists
Much has been written recently about the rise of individualism in America. Some psychologists have even posited that the most severe form of individualism, narcissism,