Tag:Sherman & Howard

EEOC Reports More Money, Fewer Lawsuits for FY 2020

In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed fewer lawsuits while recovering more money for victims of discrimination, according to the...

New Partners 2021

Chris Achatz- Koenig Oelsner Taylor Schoenfeld & Gaddis Practice: Complex technology and data-related transactions Achatz works with businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies....

The Pros and Pitfalls of Regulating Workplace Political Speech

Elections tend to bring out campaign buttons, strong political opinions and hats promising to make America great. So what should employers do when their...

Attorneys Discuss How to Do ‘Wellness’ Right

As the pandemic brings employee health into sharper focus, employers are experimenting with new initiatives to help workers adjust to the mental and physical...

Attorneys Discuss New Developments in Discrimination Law

Sherman & Howard on Sept. 17 hosted a talk, “New Developments in Discrimination Law,” as part of its L&E Live series, a five-week virtual...

Federal Unemployment Stimulus Aid Divides Lawmakers

Last week, federal unemployment aid providing $600 weekly to supplement state unemployment benefits for laid-off workers expired, and for the past few weeks lawmakers...

Paid Sick Leave Bill Signed Into Law

Gov. Jared Polis on July 14 signed the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act, which requires Colorado employers to provide annual paid sick leave as...

Whistleblower Protections Bill Signed into Law

Governor Jared Polis on June 11 signed whistleblower protections into law to prohibit retaliation against workers who speak out about unsafe work conditions during...