Topic: Labor and Employment

Retail Litigation Center’s 2014 Annual Report Details Its Efforts to Influence Courts in Support of Retailers
Dream Internships Can Become Legal Nightmares for Employers in the Fashion World
New Technological Solutions to Converting In-Store Retail Sales Raise Familiar Legal Issues
Michaels Stores Wins Another Round in Wage & Hour Suits Against Retailers
Michaels Stores Wins Ninth Circuit Decision Lowering the Bar for Retailers to Remove Class Action Lawsuits to Federal Court
China’s New Entry-Exit Regulations – What You Should Know When Traveling to China for Business or Hiring Non-Chinese Employees
In Both the US and UK, It Is Important To Structure Internship Programs Correctly
Recent Changes in UK Employment Law Impact Fashion and Retail Companies
Retail Litigation Center Releases Its 2013 Annual Report
OSHA FOCUSES ON RETAILERS
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