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Employer Reports 2005

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 13 - November 11, 2005

Supreme Court Rules that Hourly Workers Must Be Paid for Time Spent Walking Between Workplace and Place of “Donning” and “Doffing” of Protective Equipment

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 12 - October 28, 2005

EEOC Addresses “Association” Discrimination Under the ADA

Unions Continue to Push for Legislation to Make Organizing Your Workers Easier

Kamer Zucker & Abbott 7th Labor and Employment Law Seminar Recap

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 11 - September 9, 2005

Ninth Circuit Addresses Breadth of “Sexual” Harassment and Provides an Important Reminder for Employees and Their Trainers

Employer’s Violation of EEOC Notice Posting Requirements May Excuse Employee’s Failure to File Charge in Timely Manner

HR Focus: Nevada’s “Mini-Cobra” Law

HR Focus: Even Informal Wage and Hour Complaints Can Lead to a Retaliation Claim Under the FLSA

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 10 - August 4, 2005

Partners Recognized for Legal Abilities

2005 Nevada Legislative Update: Labor and Employment Issues

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 9 - July 29, 2005

Ninth Circuit Court Holds that Refusing to Address an Employee by His Arabic Name, in Favor of a “Western” Name, Created a Hostile Work Environment

Employers Should Take Note of the California Supreme Court’s Recent Decision on Interoffice Romances

Ninth Circuit Court Clarifies What Activities Constitute “Care for a Family Member” Under the FMLA

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 8 - July 22, 2005

Ninth Circuit Court Finds that Reading is a Major Life Activity Under the ADA and Lowers Threshold for ADA Trials

Nevada Supreme Court Affirms Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies Requirement, Puts Burden on Corporation to Prove Privilege in Defense of Defamation Claim

FLSA Retail Exemption Applies to Finance Managers

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 7 - July 1, 2005

Kamer Zucker & Abbott Recognized in Chambers USA as a “Definite Leader” in Employment and Labor Law

You Can Discipline Employees for Complaining to Customers About Their Jobs, Right? The NLRB Says No

Do Not Be Fooled by the “Rebranded” Form I-9

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 6 - June 10, 2005

EEOC Intends to Open Local Office in Las Vegas

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 5 - June 9, 2005

Supreme Court Finds that Federal Law Trumps State Medical Marijuana Laws

Grace Period Option Now Avaliable for “Cafeteria Plans”

DOL May Defer Action on FMLA Cases to Arbitration

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 4 - May 23, 2005

New Rule Requiring Employers to Establish a Policy for the Destruction of Consumer Information Becomes Effective June 1, 2005

Ninth Circuit to Reconsider Appearance Policy Decision

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 3 - March 30, 2005

United States Supreme Court Confirms that Plaintiffs Can Bring Adverse Impact Claims Under the ADEA

Nevada Legislature Moving to Increase Minimum Wage

Congress Passes the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 2 - March 11, 2005

DOL Publishes New USERRA Notice Poster

KZA Employer Report - Volume 4, Issue 1 - March 1, 2005

DOL Reconfirms Rules Applicable to Deductions Made to the Salaries and PTO Banks of Exempt Employees for Absences

USERRA is Amended to Extend Health Care Coverage and Imposes New Notice Requirements on Employers

New FCRA Summary of Rights Notice for Use by Employers When Conducting Background Checks

Private Companies are Subject to Some of the Requirements in Sarbanes-Oxley

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