By Christine HendricksonAnnette Tyman, and Rhandi Childress Anderson

Seyfarth Synopsis: On July 31, 2019, the Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed HB0834 into law, amending the state’s Equal Pay Act.  The amendments toughen the state’s pay equity protections and includes a salary history ban, among other provisions.  This adds Illinois to the

By Barry J. Miller and Hillary J. Massey

Seyfarth Synopsis:  Employers cannot ignore the recent amendments to state and local pay equity laws and increased attention on equal pay issues. Pay equity claims raise unique challenges, including the prevalence of statistical evidence and multi-jurisdictional compliance. This article addresses the advantages of conducting a pay audit

Today, April 10th, is Equal Pay Day. At Seyfarth Shaw, we are commemorating Equal Pay Day with the release of two publications (click through below).

  1. The Trends and Developments in Pay Equity Litigation Report

This publication provides a brief overview of recent trends and developments in pay equity litigation and analyzes significant decisions and filings

Seyfarth Synopsis: Seyfarth Shaw’s Pay Equity and International Law Groups celebrated International Women’s Day a day early with a webinar on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 entitled “Pay Equity Around the Globe”.

Tessa Cranfield, Marjorie Culver, and Christine Hendrickson had a crowd for the webinar on global pay equity but in case you

By Mark Casciari and Meredith-Anne Berger

Seyfarth Synopsis:  The 2016 elections had the effect of hardening the Red-Blue divide in the country.  A number of Blue cities in Red States are enacting ordinances that implement the progressive political agenda, which of course includes pay equity.  Be prepared to see that the Red states in which

On April 8, President Obama signed an Order amending Executive Order 11246 to prohibit federal contractors from retaliating against applicants or employees who share information about their pay.  The amendment was touted by the administration as a “critical tool to encourage pay transparency.”  Please click HERE to read the “One Minute Memo” authored by our

By Christine Hendrickson

On July 18,  House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and a contingent of female US Representatives announced federal legislation designed to make it easier for women to gain economic security, higher wages and additional support to care for their families, click HERE.   To read more about the initiative:  When Women Succeed, America