to the third issue of SuperVision 2023! In this latest edition, we
cover a variety of new laws, rulings and proposed regulations impacting
employers, including the Corporate Transparency Act, as well as recent
rulings and proposed rulemakings coming out of the National Labor Relations
Board impacting unionization and employee handbooks, the Occupational
Health and Safety Administration concerning new workplace safety standards,
and the Department of Labor as it seeks to increase the minimum salary
needed for exempt employees. We also update you on the impacts of West
Virginia House Bill 3270 as it pertains to deliberate intent cases in West
Virginia. We hope you find these topics of interest to your operations!
is proud to announce our official entrance into the Sunshine State with our
new presence in Jacksonville, Florida! At the helm is Kevin L. Carr, a
longstanding partner of the firm, co-chair of our Labor & Employment
Law Practice Group, and experienced litigator and labor and employment
lawyer. We are pleased to expand our footprint, bringing the Spilman Way and the
full breadth of legal services that Spilman offers to Florida and beyond!
You can learn more here.
other news….We hope you are able to join us for the DRI Annual Meeting in
San Antonio, TX from October 25-27, 2023. In addition to sponsoring
the event, Spilman Members Kevin Carr, Eric Kinder and Stephanie Eaton are
all attending. You can learn more and register here. If you attend,
please reach out to Kevin, Eric and/or Stephanie. They would love to meet
up in person.
hope you enjoy this issue of SuperVision. As always, if you have any
suggested topics you would like us to address here or in a webinar format,
please let us know.
you for reading.
Eric W. Iskra,
Chair, Labor & Employment Practice Group
Carrie H. Grundmann,
Executive Editor, SuperVision