DOJ Reverses Policy to Support Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements, But It’s Still Complicated

State of Confusion The enforceability of class action waivers in employment arbitration agreements is a hotly debated topic that has created not only a circuit split, but an ongoing divide in policy between circuit courts and federal agencies.  The National Labor Relations Board has long held that such class action waivers are unenforceable, arguing such […]

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Can I Sue My Employees For Padding Their Timesheets?

Whether your employee conveniently “forgets” to clock out or systematically falsifies timesheets, wage fraud is tricky to address. Clearly, preparing a false timesheet with the intent to receive unearned wages is fraud. If the employer is a government entity or contractor, the employee can and will be prosecuted criminally for falsifying timesheets. Here are some […]

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