Topic: E-Verify

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Non-competition Agreements, Workplace Retaliation, E-Verify Misuse, Stolen Kisses

It’s true: you can’t always get what you want. Unless of course what you want is the JD Supra Corporate Brief delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. Sign up here. Enforcement of non-competition agreements is like dating – here’s how… (Renee Inomata at Burns & Levinson) According to Forbes, 2014 is the year of… Read more »

Immigration Updates for Employers: H-1B Quotas, E-Verify, I-9 Audits, & More

Comprehensive immigration reform may have stalled in Congress, but employers still need to stay abreast of a variety of developments in immigration law, like the 2015 H-1B quotas, L-1 worksite inspections, and proposed changes to the federal E-Verify program. These updates will help: Cap-Subject H-1B Petitions For FY 2015 Should Be Filed On March 31,… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Energy Regulation, FCA Enforcers, Activist Investors, Government Surveillance

Happy birthday, Department of Homeland Security! An appeals court just confirmed that Daniel Rochow is entitled to a $3.8 million payment stemming from the denial of his ERISA benefits… (Robert Shaw and Mark Thomas at Williams Mullen) EPA regulation, Tier 3 & 4 standards, carbon capture, and other top energy and environmental regulatory issues to… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media, Virtual Currencies, Patent Trolls, Generic Drugs

On this day in 1974, the Department of Justice filed its final antitrust suit against the AT&T Corporation, leading to the breakup of AT&T and its Bell System. Have a social media policy? You’ll want to add these items… (JD Supra Perspectives) Sure, Bitcoins and other virtual currencies present tantalizing investment opportunities, but look before… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Social Media Disclosure, Federal Shutdown Costs, Shanghai Free-Trade Zone, Ireland Whistleblower Protections

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief, and you’ll never go looking for law news again… Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn provide a 24/7 outlet for corporate disclosure… (Akin Gump) Contractors may be entitled to recover costs arising from the federal shutdown, but they’ve got to act quickly… (Morrison & Foerster)… Read more »

Immigration Reform Bill Would Ease Backlog of Employment Visas

Earlier this month, the bipartisan “Group of Eight” – Senate Republicans John McCain, Jeff Flake, Marco Rubio, and Lindsey Graham, and Democrats Charles Schumer, Dick Durbin, Robert Menendez, and Michael Bennet – introduced their long-awaited immigration reform bill. From Jennifer Roeper of law firm Fowler White Boggs: “The Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization… Read more »

California Employment Law: E-Verify No Longer Required

“Since 2008, no fewer than 14 cities and counties in California have passed local ordinances or laws that require employers use E-verify under a variety of circumstances. All such local ordinances are effectively invalidated by the new law that amends California’s Labor Code.” To avoid crushing costs to businesses in the state – estimated at… Read more »