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The Expectation of Privacy

New Hampshire Passes Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Laws - Orr & Reno New Hampshire joins the growing number of states to pass comprehensive data privacy legislation. New Hampshire...

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Federal Judge in Georgia Declares DOJ Administrative  Law Judges’ Authority to be Unconstitutional 

Walmart Blocks DOJ Proceedings Over Unconstitutional Authority - Orr & Reno There’s been an interesting development in the United States District Court for the Southern District...

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EEOC Announces EEO-1 Data Collection Deadline – Orr & Reno

EEOC’s Data Harvesting Begins on April 30! EEO-1 Reports are due on June 4 As most private employers already know, when you have at least 100...

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Federal Texas Judge Blocks Enactment of the Joint Employer Rule

The 2020 rule remains in place, for now, as the case moves through the courts.  On March 8, 2024, Judge J. Campbell Barker of the United...

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The “Reasonably Necessary” Third-Party? OSHA’s controversial new walkaround rule moves closer to enactment

On February 9, 2024, the United States Department of Labor’s (DOL) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sent its “worker walkaround” final rule to the...

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