Employers can expect a sharp reversal of policy with the administrative change in Washington, which will have a "cascade effect" on private class disputes, says a report.
The change in administration "is likely to lead to increased corporate governance, renewed enforcement efforts and agency-level policy changes that will lead to efforts to abandon or repeal the Trump administration's pro-business rules," according to the 17th Annual Workplace Class Procedure Report issued by Chicago based law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP on Tuesday.
Other important trends in the development of class speaker disputes, according to the report, include:
– Employers' urgency to adopt safety requirements in response to COVID-1
-Dispute disputes over government action were significantly slowed down, and as the US Gender Equality Commission has a majority of Trump-appointed commissioners in place by at least mid-2022, it is likely that the EEOC will remain on its current path into the beginning of a Biden presidency. "
-By 2020, the appellant successfully secured class certification at an increasing rate." This situation is expected to explode in 2021 with a more Labor-friendly U.S. Department of Labor that can make presumed wage theft its enforcement priority. and shift its legislative focus towards a complainant – friendly agenda ", says the report.