As featured in #WorkforceWednesdayThis week, we examine the enforcement risks employers could face in the complex, state-by-state landscape of abortion law after Roe v. Wade.

Managing Enforcement Risk in a Post-Roe World

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade, occurred on June 24, and the federal government and states are still introducing legislation and issuing new guidance almost daily. Meanwhile, employers are adjusting benefits offerings to address employee needs. How can employers navigate enforcement risk in this post-Roe world? Epstein Becker Green white collar attorneys Sarah Hall and Elena Quattrone tell us more.

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11th State Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave

Delaware recently enacted a law that will establish the Delaware Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program, which makes Delaware the 11th state to provide paid family and medical leave for private-sector employees.

FTC Reaches Agreement with NLRB to Further Protect Labor Markets

From scrutinizing “no poach” agreements and restrictive covenants to analyzing the impact of mergers and acquisitions on related labor markets, the effort to protect worker mobility has been sustained and unprecedented. To aid this enforcement priority, the Federal Trade Commission recently entered into an agreement with the National Labor Relations Board.

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