Latest Developments In Discrimination Suit Prove The Rules May Be Changing For Medical Marijuana

Latest Developments In Discrimination Suit Prove The Rules May Be Changing For Medical Marijuana

Aug 2 Massachusetts may be setting a new standard for employer tolerance of medical marijuana use by employees across the nation. The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ruled that an employee could Read More
ACA Discrimination Suit Sheds Light On Transgender Child Rights

ACA Discrimination Suit Sheds Light On Transgender Child Rights

Jul 18 Over the last few years, the rights of transgender workers within organizations have continued to fall under the microscope. From anti-discrimination rules surrounding hiring to adequately reporting the gender of Read More
Valve is being sued. Will there be any Steam left after this lawsuit?

Valve is being sued. Will there be any Steam left after this lawsuit?

Jun 22 Last year, Uber became entangled in multiple employee misclassification lawsuits. These primarily involved individual incidents where contracted drivers exceeded the hourly threshold to be deemed “full-time” under the Affordable Care Read More
The ACA: A Gift And A Curse For Uber

The ACA: A Gift And A Curse For Uber

May 11 In the often-oversimplified world of contractor-based employment, the Affordable Care Act is a blessing in disguise: “employees” can readily obtain health care with the financial burden falling off the “employer.” Read More
Cutting Hours To Avoid Health Care Coverage brings Dave & Buster’s Under Legal Scrutiny

Cutting Hours To Avoid Health Care Coverage brings Dave & Buster’s Under Legal Scrutiny

Apr 4 A class action lawsuit has been filed outside of federal courts in New York against restaurant and gaming chain Dave & Buster’s. The reason? Cutting employees’ hours to duck mandatory Read More
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to ACA

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to ACA

Jan 20 The Supreme Court declined to consider a new constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act that was based on the way the law was enacted. The Pacific Legal Foundation, representing Iowa Read More
Kentucky To Shut Its Exchange, Contrary to Trend in Other GOP States

Kentucky To Shut Its Exchange, Contrary to Trend in Other GOP States

Jan 18 Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has announced plans to shut down Kynect, the state’s highly successful marketplace for Affordable Care Act health insurance, and switch to the federal Healthcare.gov platform. The Read More