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Enforcement of arbitration agreements can sometimes be tricky, especially with new federal laws in place limiting when an employer can use them. This article takes you back to the basics and asks: when can an arbitration agreement be enforced?

Determining how to classify your workers can be tricky, especially after several states have raised their minimum wage requirements. Ensure compliance, not a lawsuit.

Have you ever had a witness demand a virtual (Zoom) interview for an employment investigation? It’s not as simple as it sounds.

Non-compete agreements are sometimes the best avenue for ensuring that trade secrets remain with an employer after an employee leaves, but if Colorado’s HB 22-1317 is signed into law, these agreements will be very limited.

A recent decision from the U.S. Supreme Court involving a religious display in Boston may impact religious liberty and faith-based organizations, by way of free speech and religious expression.

Ministries and non-profits often rely on the help of volunteers or interns. While most volunteers are willing to donate their time, they may not be agreeing to donate their intellectual property.

Employee surveillance has risen in a season where many jobs have a work-from-home option. This post discusses whether it is legal and whether it is wise.

In March of 2022, Christianity Today sadly announced that they “fell short of protecting our employees” when reports of sexual harassment were confirmed. However, this misfortune provides a unique opportunity for ministries and other organizations to unpack what went wrong and examine, “What we can learn from their mistakes?”

A review of the new federal statute ending contractually obligated pre-dispute arbitration of claims for sexual harassment and sexual assault, and the practical effect it has on employers.

The U.S. Dept. of Education dismissed a sex discrimination complaint against BYU after the school dropped the prohibition of same-sex relationships from its Honor Code, but continued to ban them as a policy.