Eleventh Circuit Holds that Human Resource Employee’s Encouragement of Coworker to File EEOC Charge Was Not Protected Activity.
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Introduction The academic indictment of textualism was almost in. Although textualism has in recent decades gained considerable prominence within the federal judiciary, legal scholars...
Seventh Circuit Holds that Arbitration-Bound Employees Cannot Be Given Notice of Collective Action Proceeding Under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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California Adopts the ABC Test to Distinguish Between Employees and Independent Contractors.
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The Supreme Court’s decision last Term in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis is a vivid illustration of the declining power of workers in the...
Seventh Circuit Rules that a Multimonth Leave of Absence Cannot Be a Reasonable Accommodation.
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Oregon Bans Employers from Asking Job Applicants About Prior Salary.
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Seventh Circuit Holds Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is a Form of Sex Discrimination.
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Professor Elizabeth Anderson’s outstanding Tanner Lectures, recently published as Private Government, aim to bring the problem of workplace governance back into the exalted domain...
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The Supreme Court will soon decide whether the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) prohibits the enforcement of mandatory, predispute agreements to individually arbitrate statutory...