I hope everyone is staying warm!

Please enjoy Friday’s edition of my Compliance News Flash with blurbs about:

  • California’s new immigration law which applies to employers
  • EU-U.S. Privacy Shield
  • Changes to background investigations by the National Background Investigations Bureau and Department of Defense
  • An update to New Jersey’s Ban the Box law
  • The return of

This week’s Compliance News Flash features information on New York City’s pay equity law, stats on FCRA litigation, personnel moves at the Federal Trade Commission, news about a Form I-9 scam, and information about my presentation on developing a compliant background screening at my firm’s upcoming Employment Law Seminar in Atlanta.

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If you’re in the Atlanta area I hope you can join me, and my colleagues, for our annual Employment Law Seminar which is scheduled for Friday, November 17 at the Cobb Energy Centre.  There have been many new developments on the employment law front over the past year – and seemingly every day in the

As my readers know, my legal practice covers advising organizations on both compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act as well as the Immigration and Nationality Act.  Background screening and immigration.  In the end, both federal laws address employee onboarding issues related to work authorization and background checks.

In addition to writing my (almost) weekly

Please enjoy this week’s Compliance News Flash with blurbs about the largest FCRA-related jury award, litigation involving a public record vendor, the President’s travel ban, the Form I-9, and increased vetting of visa applicants.

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring about a prospective employee’s salary history during the hiring process. New York City joins Massachusetts and Philadelphia in passing legislation seeking to address the gender pay gap and ensure pay equity in the workplace.

Key details of the new law:

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