On May 21 at 1:00 p.m. eastern, the Employment and Executive Compensation Groups of Hogan Lovells will host a one-hour webinar to discuss pay equity laws and compliance issues. A hot-button issue, pay equity is regularly in the news and atop legislative and regulatory agendas in the employment sphere at federal, state and local levels.

The issue of pay equity has risen to the top of the news cycle—especially today, a day dubbed Equal Pay Day by advocates seeking to raise public awareness.  But pay equity also is ascending legislative agendas and enforcement priorities, particularly at the state level.  Recognizing this trend, the Hogan Lovells U.S. Employment Group will host

Late last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 2282 (“AB 2282”) into law. The Bill attempts to provide California employers with answers to questions that remained after Assembly Bill 168 (the “Salary History Ban” bill) became law.  As a reminder, AB 168 (1) prohibits California employers from asking job “applicants” for salary history

In advance of the July 1, 2018 implementation of extensive amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (“MEPA”), the Attorney General (“AG”) issued its Guidance on March 1, 2018. While the Guidance does not have regulatory effect, the state’s highest court, the Supreme Judicial Court, has generally afforded substantial deference to such statutory interpretations by