Law360 (October 1, 2020, 9:09 PM EDT) — Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia on Thursday said his agency will issue new guidance to clarify a recent presidential order barring certain racial sensitivity training seminars by federal contractors, and added that he disagreed with a federal judge’s recent decision partially striking down DOL regulations that laid out when affiliated employers can be held jointly liable for employment law violations.
Scalia’s remarks came at the 73rd Annual New York University School of Law Labor Conference, which was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. One of the topics he touched on during a Q&A at the event was an executive order that…
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