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Taking Off for the Holidays—Check Out Our Leaves for Employees Resource Kit

December 19, 2023 (4 min read)

Need to understand employer obligations for administering leave under federal, state, and local law? Want tips for drafting leave policies as well as nonjurisdictional and state-specific policies for multiple types of leave? Our Leaves for Employees Resource Kit summarizes Practical Guidance content addressing leave taken by employees.

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Practical Guidance Updates
Featuring the latest updates in practice trends and practical guidance from your Practical Guidance account.

  • Labor & Employment Key Legal Development Tracker – keep up to date with key legal developments!
    • Federal: The U.S. Supreme Court vacates a First Circuit decision that held that a civil rights "tester" had standing to sue hotels whose websites failed to state whether they had rooms accessible to the disabled as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Court held that the case was moot because the respondent voluntarily dismissed the suit but noted the issue of standing is "very much alive." See Acheson Hotels, LLC v. Laufer, 2023 U.S. LEXIS 4657 (Dec. 5, 2023).
    • Illinois: The Illinois Supreme Court holds that biometrics of healthcare employees collected in the course of providing medical services are exempt from the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). See Mosby v. Ingalls Mem'l Hosp., 2023 IL 129081 (Nov. 30, 2023).
    • New York: The New York City Council enacts a law requiring employers to distribute and post a workers' bill of rightsbeginning on July 1, 2024. The bill of rights will be prepared by city agencies and will contain information on rights under relevant federal, state, and local laws that apply to all NYC workers, regardless of immigration status. See Y.C. Local Law No. 2023/161.


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