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Employment

Nevada Noncompete Agreements May Become a Thing of the Past

Nevada law regarding noncompete agreements has been in flux over the past five years. This trend may continue if proposed legislation to do away with noncompete agreements in all but… Read more…

Politics in the Workplace

The politically charged 2020 general election is around the corner. According to a Pew Research Center survey, “Americans are now substantially more likely to see very strong conflicts between Democrats… Read more…

Employer Liability Risks Relating to COVID-19

Earlier this year, legal commentators predicted a “huge explosion” in employment-related lawsuits relating to COVID-19. In fact, an article in the Wall Street Journal reported that “Plaintiff lawyers are massing… Read more…

U.S. Supreme Court: Title VII Prohibits Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation or Transgender Status

In a landmark 6-3 decision, the United States Supreme Court held in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia that an employer who terminates an individual simply for being homosexual or transgender… Read more…

First Amendment

The November 2018 issue of the Nevada Lawyer magazine, which was curated by King Durham partner Chad D. Olsen, includes articles on important First Amendment topics, such as Nevada’s Anti-SLAPP… Read more…

The U.S. Department of Labor Expands Overtime Eligibility to Millions of Workers

Following President Obama’s 2014 mandate to revise its overtime regulations, the U.S. Department of Labor published its final rule (the “Rule”) on May 18, 2016. The Rule’s most significant change… Read more…

Why We Should Pay Attention to O’Connor v. Uber

A federal judge dealt a huge blow to Uber by certifying a class of Uber drivers who claim the popular ride-hailing company misclassified them as independent contractors and unlawfully withheld… Read more…