Florida Shortens Statute of Limitations

On June 30, Florida Governor Ron Desantis signed into law HB 255, which shortens the timeframe an employee has to take legal action in cases where the Florida Commission on Human Rights (FHRC) does not make a determination on the possible validity of the allegation within the prescribed time. Previously, when a complaint was filed…

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Virginia Law Changes with Flip of the Calendar

As we’ve advised in past issues, the turn of the calendar often ushers in new changes in state and local laws that we all must be aware of, but that is especially true when we flip from June to July. Last week we advised of a number of changes coming July 1 in state and…

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More Involvement Required on Accommodations

Staying in New York for the moment, New York City’s expansion of the reasonable accommodation requirement takes effect the following week on October 15, 2018. More specifically, a January amendment to the New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL) requires that employers with four or more employees engage in a detailed “cooperative dialogue” with any…

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