On Monday, September 14, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 606, which provides civil immunity to businesses, healthcare
HB 606 Bars Class Actions Based On Virus
Balancing work and family while working from home means many employees will work outside their normal schedule, presenting unique challenges
Revisions Take Effect September 16
On September 11th, the Department of Labor (DOL) posted revisions to regulations that implemented the paid sick leave and expanded
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce HR 100 Annual Training
Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Register What a year 2020 has been! Join us for
On July 9, 2020, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear issued Executive Order 2020-586, requiring people in Kentucky to cover their nose
On July 7, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the Ohio Department of Health will issue an order requiring
As states begin to lift social distancing restrictions and stay at home orders, many employers and workplaces face the reality
For the first time in 50 years, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has updated the definition for what perks
The City of Cincinnati adopted an ordinance prohibiting employers from asking about or relying on prior salary history of prospective
Kentucky has updated its Child Labor Law poster to reflect new laws. Employers should have posted new posters in June
Employment arbitration agreements, which require an employer and employee to arbitrate their disputes rather than litigate them, are a common
Speaking at a recent Active Shooter Seminar, DBL Law Partner Kelly Holden advised, “If you don’t have a plan in
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“Solving the Skills Gap in Kentucky” by DBL’s Mark Guilfoyle featured in The Goods, a publication from the Kentucky Association for Manufacturing
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Managers want to terminate employment of a poor performer without doing the hard work first. Employees should be provided
With a Republican majority in both houses of the Kentucky General Assembly for the first time in nearly a century,
With the increase in employment law cases over the last several years, employers are looking for ways to protect its
At the height of the social media age, employee rights policies are standing tall against many organizations.
Section 7 of the NLRA states that “employees have a right to self-organization, to form, join or assist labor organizations…and
Join us for our annual Employment & Labor Seminar and hear from leaders across the region. Topics to include: Liability
When the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigates a disability discrimination complaint brought under the ADA, one of the first
Legislation Would Clarify Definition of 'Joint Employer'
This article was originally published in Middle Market Growth, the official publication of ACG, Association for Corporate Growth. Identical bills to limit
The Department of Labor issued a new FMLA poster and updated FMLA forms. The following is a list of the forms.
The Cincinnati Business Courier and NKU Chase College of Law Present Small Business Essentials Workshop Series
The Cincinnati Business Courier and NKU Chase College of Law present a new workshop series, Small Business Essentials, starting on March 11th. The cost is $149 for eight sessions or $99 per individual session. At least 1 hour of general CLE credit is anticipated in Kentucky and Ohio for each workshop. HRCI credit is anticipated for the April session.