- It’s That Time of Year Again!
- A Reminder About the Dangers of Employee Misclassification
- The General Counsel of the NLRB Opens the Door for Franchisors to be Liable for the Actions of their Franchisees
- For the Arizonans – Fantastic Local Organizations
- Labor and Employment State Bar Convention
- Yet Another Reason to Prohibit Texting While Driving
- The Department of Labor Proposes to Redefine “Spouse” in the FMLA
- What About the Volunteers?
- The OSHA Legal Update at the Employment Toolkit Seminar
- The Ninth Circuit Said What About Designating FMLA Leave?
- RT @FOX10Phoenix: A valley gas station is giving the gift of $1.99 gas until January 1 @ANITAROMANFOX10 reports fox10phoenix.com/story/27627836… http… 2 days ago
- #SantaSelfie http://t.co/4WcxRogOF1 3 days ago
- RT @LearnSomethlng: This is what happens when a car from 1959 collides with a car from 2009 pic.twitter.com/US3zBNcvWA 6 days ago
- Snell & Wilmer Elects Six New Partners December 17, 2014
- Snell & Wilmer Partner Andrew Jacobs Appointed to Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure Task Force December 15, 2014
- Snell & Wilmer Expands Las Vegas Office with the Addition of Three Associate Attorneys December 15, 2014
- Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Honors Snell & Wilmer Attorneys for Pro Bono Awards December 8, 2014
- Who’s Who Legal: Sports & Entertainment 2014 Includes Snell & Wilmer Partner Heidi McNeil Staudenmaier December 10, 2014
Category Archives: WARN
In a case of first impression, the Ninth Circuit held that if an employee leaves a job because the business is closing, that employee has not “voluntarily departed” within the meaning of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act (“WARN”). In … Continue reading
In Ellis v. DHL Express, Inc., the Seventh Circuit affirmed the decision of the Northern District of Illinois and held that the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act was not implicated as a result of the layoffs of employees by package … Continue reading