Robert Chadwick To Speak At Annual Employment Relations Symposium

On June 18, 2019, Robert G. Chadwick, Jr. will be a featured speaker at the annual Texas Employment Relations Symposium in San Antonio presented by the Texas Association of Business, the SHRM-Texas State Council and the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. His topic will be "Discrimination Beneath the Surface: Unconscious Bias and Dog Whistle Bias in the Workplace." LEARN MORE

Texas' New Employment Laws

The Texas 86th Legislature recently concluded with the passage of several new employment laws affecting private employers. READ MORE

Are You Following The Correct OSHA Standard?

In February 2016, Bergelectric Corporation (“Bergelectric”) was installing solar panels on the roof of a hangar at the Marine Corps Air Station in San Diego, California. The roof of the hangar was low-sloped and six feet or more above a lower level. Bergelectric employees were using warning lines and a safety monitor as prescribed by 29 C.F.R. § 1926.501(b)(10) of OSHA’s fall protection standard, which applies to employees performing roofing work on low-sloped roofs. On February 24-25, 2016, OSHA conducted an inspection of the worksite. Based on the inspection, the agency issued a citation alleging a violation of 29 C.F.R. § 1926.501(b)(1) of OSHA’s fall protection standard, which requires

Immigration Options For Foreign Collegiate Golfers (Updated)

The foreign collegiate golfer on an F-1 student visa who is approaching graduation and intending to turn pro faces a confusing set of immigration regulations through which he or she must navigate in order to maintain legal status properly and have permission to remain in the U.S. and earn money playing professional golf. The following is intended as a summary of the various immigration options available to golfers in order to compete in professional golf tournaments in the U.S. It is intended as a general discussion and is not a substitute for legal advice based upon an individual’s fact situation. B-1 Visa: One option for foreign professional golfers attempting to enter the United States to

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