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- Utah Employment Law LetterDecember 2016
- Utah Employment Law LetterNovember 2016
- Utah BusinessOctober 25, 2016
- Utah Employment Law LetterOctober 2016
Employers cannot interfere with employees’ right to take approved leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Failure to respect FMLA leave rights can open an employer to liability. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t take appropriate disciplinary action against an employee who is on leave. Read on to see how one company threaded that needle when it learned an employee on leave had what appeared to be a long history of hidden misbehavior.
- Chapter Editor (Attorney’s Fees), Employment Discrimination Law by Lindemann, Grossman, Weirich
- Utah Employment Law LetterSeptember 2016
- Utah Employment Law LetterAugust 1, 2016
Kirton McConkie attorney Brinton M. Wilkins discusses the Supreme Court's 2011 ruling overtime exemptions and whether it actually covers service advisers or "salesmen."
- Utah Employment Law LetterJuly 2016
- Utah Employment Law LetterJune 2016
Kirton McConkie attorney Ryan Frazier discusses the U.S. Department of Labor final rule and what employers must do to ensure compliance.
- Utah Employment Law LetterMay 2016
Kirton McConkie attorney Ryan Frazier discusses the hot topic in the classification of Uber and Lyft drivers.
- Utah Employment Law LetterApril 2016
Kirton McConkie employment lawyer Ryan Frazier talks about new Utah law and how employers need to be aware of this revision of the law and consider how it may affect the use of noncompetition covenants in the future.
- Utah Employment Law LetterMarch 2016
Kirton McConkie employment lawyer Ryan Frazier talks emplyoment contracts. Read on to find out when a promise of continued employment may be more than a promise—and when it may be a contract.
- Westlaw JournalFebruary 2016
Kirton McConkie employment lawyer Ryan Frazier talks about the possible legal consequences for employers if associated with an onsite league.
- Global Trends in Anti-Corruption Legislation: Mexico to Ramp up Enforcement ActivityReprinted with permission by Corporate Compliance InsightsJanuary 4, 2016
- Utah Employment Law LetterDecember 2015
Kirton McConkie employment lawyer Ryan Frazier talks about the legal consequences for improperly conducting employee background checks.
- Noncompliance with New EU Data Privacy Rules can be CostlyReprinted with permission by Corporate Compliance InsightsNovember 5, 2015
Kirton McConkie international attorneys Thomas Monson and Kyle Peterson wrote a post for the firm blog, Perspective, which was picked up as a story for Corporate Compliance Insights.
- A Kirton McConkie publicationAugust 2015
Kirton McConkie adoption attorney Larry Jenkins highlights key questions prospective parents should ask when hiring a lawyer for a direct placement adoption.
- July 2015
Kirton McConkie employment lawyer Ryan Frazier highlights the bottom line for employers regarding same-sex marriages. Click title to read.
- InsideCounselJuly 17, 2015
Kirton McConkie immigration lawyer Jake Muklewicz continues his discussion of the L-1 visa category in this second article in a two-part series. Click title to read article.
- Less Can Accomplish More for Immigration ReformLitigation Strategies For Immigration Issues2015
Kirton McConkie immigration attorney Jake Muklewicz contributed a chapter to the book Litigation Strategies for Immigration Issues, which was published by Thomson Reuters/Aspatore. Rather than radical immigration reform, he makes a case for a more practical and fair approach to resolve various immigration issues.