Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- FEDERAL REGULATIONS—NLRB proposes return to earlier procedures on ‘election-blocking charges,’ voluntary recognition
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—E.D. Tex.: City employee with ADHD was reasonably accommodated, just not with preferred accommodations
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—N.D. Ill.: Nurse whose position was eliminated after proving doctor’s note can’t advance ADA claims
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—W.D. Wash.: Crane operator advances failure to accommodate claim due to fact issues about interactive process
- DISCRIMINATION—SEX—D. Ore.: School aide fired over ‘serious misconduct’ surrounding student’s report of rape won’t get trial on bias claims
- DISCRIMINATION—W.D.N.C.: Discrimination and retaliation claims of female African-American recruiter fail on summary judgment
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—A bad boss bonus?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—An employer's guide to NYC's new AI law—Are you in compliance?
- INDUSTRY NEWS, TRENDS—CBS, Moonves will pay $30.5M for alleged insider trading, concealing sexual assault complaints
- REPORTS—DOL’s OIG says OSHA’s enforcement activities did not sufficiently protect workers during the pandemic
- RETALIATION—N.D. Miss.: County employee reprimanded, fired after complaining of sexual harassment advances claims
- WAGE-HOUR—OVERTIME—E.D. Tex.: Timekeeping software employee qualified for administrative exemption in second of two roles
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