Social law

California’s New Law Limits Some Secret Workplace Agreements

SACRAMENTO, California. A new California law prohibits secret regulations in most cases of harassment and discrimination, expanding a signature reform of the #MeToo movement that ensures workers can publicly call their bosses for bad behavior without fear of losing their wages or losing their pay. other advantages. Companies don’t like …

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Mercer Law to host the 2021 Law Review Symposium

MACON – Mercer University School of Law to host 2021 Mercer Law Review Symposium, titled “Social Media Platforms and Freedom of Expression”, Friday 8 October. The symposium, which is free and open to the public as a webinar, will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Online registration is …

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Mandatory Vaccination and Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors | Robinson + Cole Blog on Manufacturing Law

Last month, President Biden issued an executive order that effectively imposes several COVID-19 safety standards and protocols, including mandatory vaccinations, on certain federal contractors and subcontractors. Specifically, the executive order directs federal agencies to incorporate a clause into all covered federal contracts that will require federal contractors or sub-contractors to …

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US troops travel to Taiwan for training – sources

A small number of U.S. special operations forces have temporarily traveled to Taiwan to train Taiwanese forces there, two sources familiar with the matter said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity. The Pentagon, which historically has not disclosed details of US training or advising Taiwanese forces, has not specifically commented …

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Doing Business in Argentina | Global Law Group

[co-authors: Carlos Alfaro, Liliana Arauz, Javier Medin, Agustín Negre, Ignacio Celorrio, Pedro Mazer, Sebastian Rodrigo]* 1. What is the current business climate in your jurisdiction, including the main political, economic and / or legal activities on the horizon in your country that could have a significant impact on business? Argentina …

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Is the law a tool of social justice? – Press room

October 7, 2021 “Superlawyer” Nancy Erika Smith ’77 Joins University Roundtable October 14 Posted in: Alumni, Communication and media, Humanities and social sciences, University Nancy Erika Smith addressed graduates of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at a graduation ceremony in June. Civil rights lawyer Nancy Erika Smith ’77, …

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