Too often the Off-topic close reason asking for legal advice is misapplied to any question that has a question about the law.
Instead I think we should reword the close reason to say:
This question is beyond the scope that our experts can be expected to be able to answer. Questions about company-specific regulations, agreements, or policies should be directed to your manager, HR department, or an attorney. Questions that address only a specific company or position are of limited use to future visitors. For more information, click here.
This still covers questions asking for actual Legal Advice, as that is beyond the expected scope of our experts, with out having the effect to seemingly encourage voting to close any question that has to do with the law and how people are treated by a company.
It is clear that doing anything in the workplace is going to involve complying with laws and regulations surrounding it. We should not encourage closing questions just because they have some legal component. Instead we should focus on the "can our experts be reasonably expected to to be able to answer this question" aspect.