New Requirements for Noncompetition Agreements in Oregon and Washington

New Requirements for Noncompetition Agreements in Oregon and Washington

Employers with noncompetition agreements in Oregon and Washington must take note of the changes enacted by the legislature in both states. Noncompetition provisions are restrictive covenants, which can appear on their own in an agreement but are usually part of a broader employment or nondisclosure agreement. These covenants, which restrict…

Employment Law Updates with Jean Back – Free Webinar

Jean Back at Schwabe Williamson and Wyatt will share employment law updates that are relevant to Oregon manufacturers. Attend to learn about: Changes at the National Labor Relations Board Significant Employment Changes in Tax Reform law New DOL Opinion Letters New Federal Intern Rule Independent Contractors in the Gig Economy…

OREGON: Trial judge okays paying greater of daily versus weekly overtime

Multnomah County circuit court judge recently ruled against workers who claimed their manufacturing employer should have paid them both daily and weekly overtime, not just the greater of the two amounts. This was the lawsuit that launched an uproar over how Oregon manufacturers should calculate overtime pay for employees who…