Seventh Circuit Holds that Arbitration-Bound Employees Cannot Be Given Notice of Collective Action Proceeding Under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Sixth Circuit Requires Further Harassment in Deliberate Indifference Claims.
Ninth Circuit Limits the Scope of Warrantless Cell Phone Searches at the Border.
NLRB v. International Ass’n of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, & Reinforcing Iron Workers, Local 229
Ninth Circuit Holds that First Amendment Does Not Protect Encouraging Secondary Boycotts.
Sixth Circuit Holds that Private Commercial Arbitration Is a Foreign or International Tribunal.
Ninth Circuit Denies Rehearing En Banc of Case Permitting Domestic Corporate Liability Claim.
Seventh Circuit Holds that Evidence Gathered Through an Unlawful Search of a Home May Be Admissible Under the Independent Source Doctrine Even if Tainted Evidence Is Described in the Warrant Application.