The BakerHostetler Quarterly New York Employment Law Newsletter – Winter 2019

Alerts / December 19, 2019

Welcome to the winter edition of the BakerHostetler Quarterly New York Employment Law Newsletter. We are pleased to share our analysis of some key employment trends, in-depth discussions regarding recent developments and what to expect looking forward. Please contact Amy J. Traub, whose information is listed at the end of the newsletter, if you have questions or would like additional information on these or other issues as they unfold in the coming months.

In this newsletter, we focus on the following significant developments:

  • The latest trends in parental leave, what legalized marijuana means for employers and other late-breaking trends
  • Independent contractors: new guidance for New Jersey and New York employers
  • New York’s ban on discrimination based on reproductive health decision-making
  • New York City’s enforcement guidance on National Origin and Immigration Status discrimination
  • EEOC rescinding prior guidance documents
  • The NLRB’s recently issued LA Specialty Produce Company decision
  • What can employers expect from the Trump administration in 2020
  • And more

For updates throughout the year, please visit the Employment Law Spotlight blog and the blogs sponsored by other practice teams, including the Employment Class Action blog.

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