There are a few clauses that can be used as-is in almost any contract, but most of the language we call “boilerplate” is anything but one-size-fits-all. Why do we call it boilerplate? Check out the first installment in a series...
Top Three Reasons D.C. Employers Should Update Policies in Response to D.C.’s Paid Family Leave Program
Employers need to act to comply with D.C.’s Paid Family Leave regulations. Employers should revise their policies and practices to avoid overpaying for PFL.
Update and action item regarding D.C.’s Paid Family Leave Law: D.C. employers are required to post this notice published by the D.C. Department of Employment Services in their worksites by February 1, 2020. In addition, this notice must be...
Starting July 1, 2019, the District of Columbia will collect taxes from all private sector employers in the District to fund a new Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefit. Here is what you need to know.
On April 3, 2018, the U.S Department of Labor launched a pilot program designed to encourage employers to self-report minimum wage and overtime violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). Click the image above for Jacky’s thoughts on its implications.
Friends and colleagues in the Washington, DC area celebrated the official launch of Clarian Counsel with an evening of wine, cheese, and chocolate in Logan Circle. It was great fun re-connecting and making new friends. And those who stayed for a few (more) glasses of wine got to meet Rebecca’s pups when they were finally allowed to mingle downstairs.