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Michael Wietrzychowski quoted in HR Dive article

On January 16, 2020 by Schnader in Labor and Employment

Co-chair of Schnader’s Labor and Employment Practices Group Michael J. Wietrzychowski was interviewed for a recent article in HR Dive. In the article, “CNN to pay $76M to settle back pay dispute,” Wietrzychowski discussed issues that may arise with the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when an employer ends the […]

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Employers Take Notice: Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act Goes Into Effect March 15

On January 14, 2020 by Schnader in Client Alerts

Schnader’s Karen Baillie, partner and co-chair of the Higher Education Practice Group, and Danielle Bruno McDermott, an associate in the firm’s Litigation Services Department, have published a client alert, “Employers Take Notice: Pittsburgh Paid Sick Days Act Goes Into Effect March 15.” The alert reads in part: The City of Pittsburgh […]

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It’s a New Day at the NLRB: Four Recent Decisions Leap Back to More Employer-Friendly Times

On January 8, 2020 by Schnader in Client Alerts

Michael J. Wietrzychowski, co-chair of the Labor and Employment Practices Group, published a client alert, “It’s a New Day at the NLRB: Four Recent Decisions Leap Back to More Employer-Friendly Times.” The alert states in part: Under the Obama administration, the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) overturned or modified long-standing […]

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Risky Business: Compliance with Independent Contractor Classification Rules Just Got Even More Complicated in California and Beyond

On November 5, 2019 by Schnader in Client Alerts

M. Christine Carty and Scott J. Wenner published a client alert, “Risky Business: Compliance with Independent Contractor Classification Rules Just Got Even More Complicated in California and Beyond.” The alert describes how recent legislation passed in California could make it more difficult for companies to accurately classify workers as employees […]

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