Topic: Employment Law

5 Ongoing Legal Issues for Nonprofit Boards

According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, there are more than 1.5 million nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations operating in the United States, from charities to industry associations to religious institutions. But whatever their structure or purpose, such organizations need to understand – and respond to – key legal and regulatory issues that are unique… Read more »

Nonprofit Law: A Roundup of Recent Legal Commentary

For your reference, a roundup of legal advisories regarding the new IRS Form 990, unpaid internships, employment matters, fundraising, lobbying, and other issues and concerns particular to nonprofit organizations:  Recent Developments for Exempt Organizations, Including 2011 Year in Review (Ropes & Gray LLP) “Looking ahead, the IRS Exempt Organizations division recently released its annual work… Read more »

Employee Benefits Plans: DOL Issues Final Rule on ERISA Fee Disclosures

In early February, the Department of Labor issued its final rule regarding fee disclosures by service providers to Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) plans. For your reference, here is a roundup of legal advisories on the final rule and related regulatory developments:  DOL Finalizes ERISA Disclosure Requirements for Retirement Plan Service Providers (Sutherland Asbill… Read more »

What’s on the 2012 Labor & Employment Law Horizon?

Employers, HR professionals, managers, and everyone else interested in the rules that govern employment will want to read K&L Gates’ update on the 2012 labor and employment legislative and regulatory landscape. It’s an extensive review of federal and state developments in 2011 and how they will affect companies and their employees: “The last year saw… Read more »

The Most Challenging Issues Facing Global Employers

International law firm Littler published the highlights of its 2011 Global Employer Institute conference in a 70-page report on some of “the most challenging issues facing global employers.” It’s a comprehensive overview, touching on globalization, employee security, labor relations, employment agreements, and a number of other topics. Three articles within the report caught our eye… Read more »

International Labor: Legal Guide to Employing Workers Around the World

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), in 2010 US corporations invested more than $350 billion in foreign direct investment projects across the globe: buying factories, setting up businesses, establishing joint ventures. For companies considering their own international investment, here’s a roundup of updates on labor laws in some common destinations of… Read more »

China Business Law: Recent Updates & Commentary

For your reference, a roundup of recent China-related business updates and legal commentary, including analysis of the Ministry of Commerce’s security review system for foreign M&A of domestic companies and other foreign direct investment into China developments: On Foreign Direct Investment into China… China Implements a Security Review System for Certain Mergers and Acquisitions of… Read more »