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In the Law Tribune’s Employment and Immigration Law special section, articles focus on an International Entrepreneur Rule, H-1B and other topics.


Summary of Proposed International Entrepreneur Rule
On Aug. 31, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a notice of proposed rulemaking regarding an “International Entrepreneur Rule.” Read more


The H-1B Quagmire: Colleges and Universities Develop Programs to Combat H-1B Gridlock
Higher education is using some creative solutions to address the lack of available H-1B visas for graduates who want to remain in the United States as entrepreneurs. Read more


Regulating Political Speech and Activity in the Workplace
With the heavily publicized and controversial presidential election just around the corner, many employees and employers are curious about their rights and obligations with respect to political speech and politically motivated conduct in the workplace. Read more


Employers Beware: EEOC Files Amicus Brief in Support of NLRB’s New Joint Employer Standard
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently filed an amicus brief supporting the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) new, loosened joint employer standard in Browning-Ferris Industries’ appeal of last year’s momentous NLRB decision. Read more


Federal Courts Split Over Whether Employers May Require Employees to Waive Class Action Rights
Wage and hour class actions have been an important tool for enforcing minimum wage and overtime laws in this country for decades. Read more

In the Law Tribune’s Employment and Immigration Law special section, articles focus on an International Entrepreneur Rule, H-1B and other topics.


Summary of Proposed International Entrepreneur Rule
On Aug. 31, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a notice of proposed rulemaking regarding an “International Entrepreneur Rule.” Read more


The H-1B Quagmire: Colleges and Universities Develop Programs to Combat H-1B Gridlock
Higher education is using some creative solutions to address the lack of available H-1B visas for graduates who want to remain in the United States as entrepreneurs. Read more


Regulating Political Speech and Activity in the Workplace
With the heavily publicized and controversial presidential election just around the corner, many employees and employers are curious about their rights and obligations with respect to political speech and politically motivated conduct in the workplace. Read more


Employers Beware: EEOC Files Amicus Brief in Support of NLRB’s New Joint Employer Standard
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently filed an amicus brief supporting the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) new, loosened joint employer standard in Browning-Ferris Industries’ appeal of last year’s momentous NLRB decision. Read more


Federal Courts Split Over Whether Employers May Require Employees to Waive Class Action Rights
Wage and hour class actions have been an important tool for enforcing minimum wage and overtime laws in this country for decades. Read more