Resources Q2 2015


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Schwartz Hannum E-Alerts: June 2015 – October 2015


  • Back On Campus: Fall Focus For Independent Schools (October 13, 2015)
  • Federal Agencies Announce New Rules For H-2B Visa Program (October 7, 2015)
  • Sexual Assault Prevention Training – Not Just For College Students Anymore (September 1, 2015)
  • Changes In H-1B Job Locations Now Require Amended Visa Petitions (July 23, 2015)
  • Final Regulations Detail Employers’ Obligations Under New MA Earned Sick Time Law (June 24, 2015)
  • Mandatory Workplace Notice Issued Under Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law (June 12, 2015)


Labor & Employment Law Update: September 2015


  • NLRB Report Highlights Pitfalls Of Common Handbook Policies
  • H-1B Visa Limit Reached, But Employers May Still Have Options For Hiring Foreign Professionals
  • Artificial Turf: Fertile Ground For Litigation?
  • OSHA Expands Reporting And Record-Keeping Requirements And Changes Employer Exemptions
  • Stored Communications Act Does Not Permit Service Providers To Disregard Subpoenas For E-Mails
  • Calling The Shots: Best Practices For Independent Schools Responding To Vaccine Concerns


Media: September 2014 – September 2015


  • Will Hannum Quoted In “New England Prep Schools Overhaul Sex Ed Programs After Rape Trial” (Reuters)
  • Will Hannum Quoted In “As Students Return To St. Paul’s, Specter Of Trial And School Culture Questions Linger” (New Hampshire Public Radio)
  • SCA May Not Bar Disclosure Of Parties’ Emails (New England In-House)
  • Employment Laws Also Protect Unauthorized Workers (New England In-House)
  • Screening For Eblola: A Primer For Independent Schools (NAIS Legal Advisory)
  • Harassment By Third Parties Can Create Exposure (New England In-House)
  • Acceptable (And Unacceptable) Uses Of Technology (NBOA Net Assets)
  • William E. Hannum III Quoted in “Mea Culpa for Sex Abuse” (Philadelphia Inquirer)