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In 2004, California passed the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), which allowed employees to file lawsuits to recover civil penalties for state labor code violations. PAGA created new risks for employers, but also led to many insurers leaving the wage-and-hour marketplace. Recently enacted reforms scale back some of those risks, although it remains to be seen whether the new legislation will reinvigorate the wage-and-hour insurance market.PAGA reforms are mostly good news for California employers, but insurance impact is TBD

U.S. Supreme Court recap: how the Court’s recent rulings impact employee benefits

U.S. Supreme Court recap: how the Court’s recent rulings impact employee benefitsU.S. Supreme Court recap: how the Court’s recent rulings impact employee benefits

Lockton Achieves Top Ranking in Chambers Inaugural Litigation Insurance Survey; Adds Two Senior Practitioners to Industry-Leading Practice

Lockton was recently recognized by Chambers & Partners (Chambers) as one of the leading litigation insurance brokers in the US in the 2024 edition of the Chambers Litigation Support Guide.  Lockton was recently recognized by Chambers & Partners (Chambers) as one of the leading litigation insurance brokers in the US in the 2024 edition of the Chambers Litigation Support Guide.

Supreme Court’s overturning of Chevron ruling shifts regulatory authority from agencies to courts

The Supreme Court’s landmark 1984 decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council obligated federal courts to defer to administrative agencies’ reasonable interpretations of ambiguous laws. For the last 40 years, courts have issued numerous decisions based on this precedent. Last month, however, the Supreme Court overturned Chevron, setting new limits on the executive branch’s regulatory authority.

While the ruling is seen as mostly good news for businesses, it could have some negative implications as well.The Supreme Court’s landmark 1984 decision in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council obligated federal courts to defer to administrative agencies’ reasonable interpretations of ambiguous laws. For the last 40 years, courts have issued numerous decisions based on this precedent. Last month, however, the Supreme Court overturned Chevron, setting new limits on the executive branch’s regulatory authority.

While the ruling is seen as mostly good news for businesses, it could have some negative implications as well.
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