Major Change to Texas Law! Sexual Harassment Liability

Major Change to Texas Law! Sexual Harassment Liability

Until now, Texas Labor Code Chapter 21 has defined “employers” who may be liable for sexual harassment claims to be those with 15 or more employees. As of September 1, 2021, all employers with at least one employee will now be subject to liability for sexual...

FREE WEBINAR – Labor & Employment Laws

Mark your Calendars!  FREE WEBINAR  Business Leaders   S E R I E S   May 20, 2021 • 12 Noon  The May Webinar will focus on the new and upcoming Labor and Employment laws as we continue into the new presidential administration. Topics will include items such as:...
Eric Kolder Speaks At Labor Law Update Webinar

Eric Kolder Speaks At Labor Law Update Webinar

Monday, March 15, 2021 – 11:30AM – 12:30PM Hosted by: Better Business Bureau – Central East Texas – Webinar Series – Building Better Business   A lot has changed since the beginning of 2020, to say the least. The legal environment employers operate in is one area...
“Cat’s Paw” Liability—Is that a real thing?

“Cat’s Paw” Liability—Is that a real thing?

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled on a case involving something called the “cat’s paw theory” of liability in the employment discrimination context. The term “cat’s paw” comes from a fable where a monkey induced a cat to pull roasting nuts from a fire...