The (SEC) Securities and Exchange Commission and the (DOJ) Department of Justice have just unveiled clawback regulations that could “claw back” or take from you funds from your executive compensation. If the new regulations go into effect, they could transform
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On June 29, 2023, in Students for Fair Admission v. Harvard, the United States Supreme Court repealed “Affirmative Action” in education, which was in place for over fifty years. This modification likely will change workplace diversity as well and could
Executives and overtime usually go together like oil and water. However, did you know that certain exemptions could result in your employer owing you thousands in unpaid overtime? Read on to learn what the Supreme Court recently ruled on this
A federal district judge recently upheld the Trump Era independent contractor test. How might this affect employees? At Gardner Employment Law, we keep our clients informed on important developments within labor laws, both at the federal and state level. If
Corporations are starting to focus on ESG (environmental, social, and governance) information, which affects investors. As a result, the SEC indicated it will examine company disclosures more closely. Learn more by reading this blog post. We know that keeping up
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