Renea Saade

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Renea Saade is a partner in the Labor and Employment group. She counsels clients on a broad range of employment issues including noncompetition/nonsolicitation enforcement and defense, wrongful termination, requests for accommodation, wage/hour compliance, workers’ compensation, workplace investigations and discipline. Renea also assists clients in the development, revision and enforcement of employee handbooks and provides on-site employment law training to supervisors and managers on issues including harassment, discrimination, wage laws and performance reviews. She regularly represents employers in federal and state proceedings, agency audits and investigations. In addition to assisting clients with their employment law needs, Renea also represents companies in insurance coverage disputes, contract disputes and unfair/deceptive business practices claims.

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Labor & Employment Law Under President-Elect Trump

In the wake of the election results, the question on everyone’s mind now is: What impact will President-Elect Trump have on employers?  Trump has thus far given few details on his thoughts on labor and employment.  But with Republicans maintaining control of Congress, employers could see a lot of changes in the next couple of … Continue Reading

What Does Alaska’s and Oregon’s Legalization of Marijuana Change for Employers? Answer: Probably Not Much.

In this week’s mid-term election on November 4, Oregon, Alaska, and the District of Columbia became the latest jurisdictions to pass referendums decriminalizing the recreational possession and use of small amounts of marijuana.  They join Colorado and Washington, which took this step in 2012.  Oregon’s law becomes effective in July 2015; Alaska’s probably in February 2015. … Continue Reading

Now in Effect: New FMLA Poster and I-9 Form!

As a friendly reminder, employers must update two key employment forms this month.  As of March 8th, employers must begin using the most recent FMLA poster issued by the Department of Labor.  The updated poster reflects the DOL’s final rule concerning military related leave available under FMLA.  The DOL has also issued new FMLA forms to … Continue Reading

New Hiring Obligations for Federal Service Contractors Effective January 18, 2013

Although it’s almost been four years since it was issued in January 2009, Executive Order 13495, known as “Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts” (74 Fed. Reg. 6103) has not had much impact upon government contracting employers. That is about to change as the final rule and regulations that will make Executive Order 13495 enforceable … Continue Reading