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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

Internships Are Not Bribes, Right? Don't Bank on It.

The SEC announced last week another agreement by an international bank to pay approximately $30 million to resolve charges in connection with alleged improper hiring practices in the Asia Pacific region to influence foreign officials. The financial giant in this agreement joins several banks recently resolving FCPA charges in connection employment practices overseas.

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Keep Calm and Carry On: How Brexit Will Affect American Businesses

With many media channels and American businesses still wondering about Brexit, we wanted to cut through the noise and answer questions about recent UK and EU developments and what impact they might have (or might not have) on U.S. multinational companies. With a calming message of “Keep Calm and Carry On,” our cross-practice panel of London and U.S. employment, data privacy, and international arbitration practitioners explain how to navigate a post-Brexit/post-GDPR world. 

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Traveling Overseas for Work – Paid or Unpaid?

I recently traveled to Norway for business. On my long flight home, I began considering to what extent my travel time would be compensable time under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) (assuming I were a non-exempt employee, of course). This thought was not totally out of left field, as the Norwegian Supreme Court recently ruled that travel time for a police officer is working time for the purposes of Norwegian pay and overtime laws. This Norwegian decision prompted me to think about what the FLSA — which was enacted when international air travel was rare — says on the topic of international travel time?

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Celebrate Freedom, Hug a Lawyer

“I have gone to jail for what I have said.” That’s what I was recently told by a lawyer from another country when he received a call from a reporter asking him to comment on a recent decision from one of his country’s courts. When I asked him how careful he had to be with what he said, he described his time spent in jail for statements he has made.

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Don’t Forget OSHA’s July 1, 2018 Filing Deadline

Any establishment with 250 or more employees that is required to keep OSHA injury and illness records — as well as establishments with between 19 and 250 employees in a broad range of industries (manufacturing, many types of retail establishments, hospitals, etc.) — must file their OSHA 300A forms for 2017 no later than July 1, 2018. A list of those industries can be found here.

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Stephen M. Jacobson

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Lawrence S. Elbaum Partner

S. Grace Ho

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Robert Sheppard

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