State of New York v. United States Department of Labor et al

  1. August 05, 2020

    5 Key Questions After DOL Virus Relief Rule Gets Scaled Back

    A New York federal judge's decision this week to invalidate parts of a U.S. Department of Labor rule detailing who qualifies for coronavirus-related emergency paid sick leave raised a host of questions that employers, the agency and courts will soon have to address.

  2. August 03, 2020

    NY Gets Federal COVID-19 Leave Restrictions Struck Down

    A New York federal judge on Monday wiped out parts of the U.S. Department of Labor's rule restricting who can take paid coronavirus leave under a March virus relief law, siding with the New York attorney general and dealing a blow to the Trump administration.

  3. May 06, 2020

    DOL's Leave Rule Opens 'Nonsensical' Loopholes, NY Says

    The state of New York urged a federal judge not to dismantle its suit accusing the U.S. Department of Labor of limiting who can take emergency paid leave during the coronavirus pandemic, saying the Empire State faces substantial financial risks unless the court intervenes.

  4. April 14, 2020

    NY Sues Labor Dept. For Constricting Paid Leave Eligibility

    A recent U.S. Department of Labor rule "unlawfully narrows" the number of people who are covered by the emergency paid leave law that Congress enacted to help workers get through the novel coronavirus pandemic, New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a lawsuit Tuesday.

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