Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- PUBLIC EMPLOYEES—9th Cir.: Free speech claims revived for police sergeant who disparaged Muslims on Facebook
- ARBITRATION—11th Cir.: Cruise ship crewmembers need not arbitrate false imprisonment, emotional distress claims
- DOL NEWS—Department celebrates National Breastfeeding Month with event series for expectant, new mothers
- DOL NEWS—Warehouse operator owes over $1M in back wages to workers
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Monkeypox: What, if anything, should employers do?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—New D.C. law may classify marijuana use AT WORK as a disability accommodation
- PROCEDURE—4th Cir.: Appeals court lacked power to grant NLRB’s request for enforcement of consent judgment
- PUBLIC EMPLOYEES—7th Cir.: Appeals court vacates historical decree against patronage-based employment decisions by Illinois governor
- RETALIATION—S.D. Miss.: Letter to school board about retaliation for reporting financial misconduct was constitutionally protected speech
- WAGE-HOUR—N.D. Cal.: Jury must decide overtime, expense reimbursement, unlawful deduction claims of cleaning ‘franchisees’
- WHISTLEBLOWERS—2d. Cir.: SOX whistleblower must prove retaliatory intent
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