Foley & Lardner Labor and Employment Law Weekly Update (Week of June 6, 2011)

Anti-Gay Harassment Claims Need to Be Investigated By John L. Litchfield The employee in EEOC v. Cromer Food Services, Inc. , brought a harassment claim under Title VII , complaining his employer failed to protect him from regular anti-gay harassment by two individuals who were not co-workers...

Williams Mullen Alert: Nationwide Immigration Crackdown on Employers: 1,000 "Silent" Raids and Audits on June 15th

By: Eliot Norman The Audits. As reported by the Wall Street Journal and other major news media, ICE served Notices of Inspections for audits of I-9 records on 1000 employers yesterday. This is part of an ongoing administration effort to require employers to comply with the I-9 basic requirements...

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Law Which Revokes Business Licenses Of Companies Which Intentionally Employ Illegal Immigrants

Court's Decision Clears Way For New Jersey Bills Which Would Require Employers To Use E-Verify The federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (the "ICRA") preempts "any State or local law imposing civil or criminal sanctions ( other than through licensing and similar...

Arizona Law That Revokes Business Licenses For Employing Illegal Immigrants Upheld

Court's Decision Clears Way For New Jersey Bills Which Would Require Employers To Use E-Verify The federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (the "ICRA") preempts "any State or local law imposing civil or criminal sanctions ( other than through licensing and similar laws...