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FMLA CLIENT ALERT

By Employment Law

The Seventh Circuit just issued a decision clarifying and loosening the standard for an interference claim under the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”).   In Ziccarelli v. Dart, the Court rejected the notion that in order to establish an interference claim…

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Changes to Trademark Rules

By Trademark

Effective December 21, 2019, all trademark applicants and registrants will be required to file trademark applications and documents concerning applications and registrations online using the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS).  According to the…

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Employment Law Update

By Employment Law

Supreme Court Holds Title VII’s Charge-Filing Requirement is Mandatory But Waivable if Not Timely Raised by Employer By Marty Lemert           The United States Supreme Court recently issued a decision making it easier for employees to bring Title VII claims…

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