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  • Friday, September 21, 2018

    By Brendan N. Gooley

    We've talked a lot over the past year about the effects of the #MeToo movement on employers and employment discrimination laws. One effect is that employees are coming forward to report alleged misconduct that occurred years earlier. The good news for employers is that many such claims are untimely and barred.
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    By Beth Kahn and Veenita D. Raj, Clark Hill LLP
    A former employee of the Shasta County Sheriff's Office argued that the county couldn't assert the defense that her claim was untimely because it didn't raise that defense when she first submitted her claim form. The county argued that it was entitled to rely on the untimeliness defense because the employee falsely represented that her claim was timely.
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  • By Jane Meacham, Contributing Editor
    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a private letter ruling (PLR) on August 17 that appeared to give the go-ahead to an employer-sponsored student loan repayment benefit offered through the company’s 401(k) plan.
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