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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Since its launch five years ago, Penn State Law’s Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic (EAC) has been helping startup and early-stage businesses get off the ground. In 2021…

Workers at UK law firm to take 20% pay cut to work from home full-time

A U.K. law firm has decided to offer its employees the option of working from home full-time, but on the condition that they take a 20% pay cut. The London-headquartered…

U.S. Tries New Tactic to Protect Workers’ Pay: Antitrust Law

In 2007, the Justice Department sued the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association for fixing the rates that hospitals paid to nursing agencies for their temporary nurses, putting a cap on…

California Employment Law Notes and News for March 2022

California Relaxes Standard For Proving Whistleblower Claims Lawson v. PPG Architectural Finishes, Inc., 12 Cal. 5th 703 (2022) Plaintiff Wallen Lawson, who was discharged by his employer PPG Architectural Finishes for…

Federal Administrative Law Judge Orders Cement Company to Pay Employee Back Wages

A Washington, D.C. federal administrative law judge ordered a cement company to pay back wages to an employee who was retaliated against for “assisting federal safety investigators during a site…