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The NLRB offers “clarity” on its joint-employer test by issuing its final rule

On February 26, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued its final rule governing joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) in the federal register. The final rule will undo a more relaxed Obama-era joint-employer test by reinstating the joint-employer standard that the Board followed for several decades prior to its 2015 … Continue Reading

Joint-employment – A new challenge for international groups established in France

U.S. employers with French operations must focus carefully on their investment or divestment operations. Through the " joint employer theory " employees of a French company can now pierce its corporate veil to hold the ultimate parent, even one based in the United States, liable for restructuring costs, including severance packages and damages for unfair … Continue Reading

Defending Employers Against Corporate Veil Piercing and Tiptoeing Out of France

U.S. employers with French operations must focus carefully on their investments or divestment operations. Through the “joint employer theory,” employees of a French company can now pierce its corporate veil to hold the ultimate parent, even one based in the United States, liable for restructuring costs, including severance packages and damages for unfair dismissal. The French … Continue Reading
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