Vol. 137 No. 2
Although she was the only woman working at the Rent-A-Center, Natasha Jackson was optimistic about her career as an account executive in South Carolina....
Vol. 137 No. 1
Religious practice and disability are two of the only three statuses for which federal law protects the right to workplace accommodations. For both, the...
California Law Creates Council to Set Minimum Work Standards for Fast-Food Industry.
Labor and Employment
Last week, Judge Reed O’Connor of the District Court for the Northern District of Texas struck down key provisions of the Affordable Care Act...
Seventh Circuit Entrenches Conduct Categories for FMLA Interference Claims.
Vol. 136 No. 5
Ninth Circuit Upholds Statute Prohibiting Forced Arbitration in Employment
Vol. 135 No. 6
Fourth Circuit Holds That Detained Immigrant Workers Are Not “Employees” Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
Vol. 135 No. 5