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One of the most important laws that shapes American employment law, the Federal Arbitration Act of 1925 (FAA), was instrumental in encouraging the establishment of arbitration in today’s legal system. Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution where an arbitrator, an impartial third party, decides the outcome of a case, rather than a judge. […]

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  Whether you are an employer that was on the edge of your seat wondering if you were going to have to change your employees’ pay structure or an employee hoping that you could get a 100% pay increase or be eligible for overtime pay, many people were following the Department of Labor’s battle in […]

Imagine your work day starts like any other. You get to the office, but when you reach for your key or badge to enter it isn’t there. For some Wisconsin employees, this situation would not induce panic. That is because a Wisconsin-based employer is now offering employees the option of having a microchip implanted in […]

Can he do that? The question many Americans asked after President Trump tweeted that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the military is being echoed around the world as many people on both sides of the political fence took to social media and verbal debate yesterday to share their view of […]

The Houston Paralegal Association warmly welcomed Gabriela Barake as a speaker at their CLE luncheon this past Friday. Gabriela discussed the history of wage and hour law, timekeeping basics, overtime exemptions, and the common pitfalls of wage classification that can lead to devastating consequences for employers if they are uninformed. Prevention is better than the cure […]