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

  • 09
  • July
  • 2019

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Play Ball: MLB’s Gig Economy and Lessons for Other Employers

“The Dodgers are the Uber of baseball,” wrote Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci in the magazine’s February 11, 2019 issue. He meant that the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have represented the National League in the World Series the last two seasons, have achieved remarkable success by borrowing the idea of short-term contracts from the gig economy.

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Celebrate Freedom, Hug a Lawyer (Previously Posted on July 3, 2018)

“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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New York Harassment Law Is a Game Changer

Last year, when I wrote about the new laws that had been passed by the New York State Assembly to combat sexual harassment, I was largely complimentary. After all, requiring employers to provide interactive training in harassment training was something that I had been recommending since I became an employment lawyer many years ago. While I was more ambivalent about some of the other provisions (prohibiting certain non-disclosure provisions and arbitration agreements), the basic principles of sexual harassment law remained the same.

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  • 27
  • June
  • 2019

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Celebrating LGBTQ Pride and the Modern Workplace

Tomorrow, June 28, marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall riot where gay men and lesbians fought back during a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village. Because this blog is about the workplace, however, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about how far American employers, including my own law firm, have come during my lifetime in protecting the rights of LGBTQ workers, and to talk about one of my heroes of the LGBTQ movement.

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  • 25
  • June
  • 2019

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Does Your Arbitration Agreement Include a Carve-Out for Employee Access to the National Labor Relations Board? It Should.

Most employers mandating arbitration agreements as a condition of employment do not intend to prevent employees from filing unfair labor charges with the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”). But unless their agreements contain a “savings clause” making that clear to employees, they are susceptible to challenge that, at least according to the Board, could invalidate the entire agreement. 

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Contributors

Thomas H. Wilson

Thomas H. Wilson Partner

Christopher V. Bacon

Christopher V. Bacon Counsel

Sean Becker

Sean Becker Partner

Stephen M. Jacobson

Stephen M. Jacobson Partner

Martin C. Luff

Martin Luff Counsel

Lawrence S. Elbaum Partner