By: Paul Rosenberg
As described in our blog on January 5, 2012, the National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB”) new rules governing union elections introduce a host of changes which will place employers at a disadvantage. The new rules will go into effect on April 30, 2012, subject to a legal challenge pending in federal court. However, they are seemingly just the beginning of the NLRB’s concerted effort to drastically change a process which has been in place for several decades. A recent decision ignoring 75 years of precedence is illustrative.
by: Matthew Sorensen
1. Deadline For Compliance With New ADA Accessibility Rules Approaching:
On March 15, 2012, hospitality establishments will be required to be in compliance with the standards for accessibility set by the Department of Justice’s final regulations under Title III of the ADA (2010 ADA Standards). The regulations made significant changes to the requirements for accessible facilities, and will require additional training of staff on updated policies and procedures in response to inquiries from guests with disabilities. Among the most significant ...
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