Colorado’s School Involvement Leave Fades into the Sunset

It’s not often that we blog about a leave law expiring. However, the Colorado Parental Involvement in K-12 Education Leave, which provided employees with 18 hours of unpaid leave per academic year to attend certain school activities, is doing just that. Beginning in September, Colorado employers will no longer be required to provide school activities … Continued

Employer bellyaches over FMLA leave…and lands in court!

When we think of an FMLA interference claim, it typically involves an employer preventing an employee from taking leave. But what about a situation where the leave is granted, but the employee’s manager complains about it?  A federal district court in the District of Columbia has held that this can constitute FMLA interference. In Gordon … Continued