Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- TOP STORY—Five employment cases slated for oral argument in the Supreme Court in March
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—W.D. Tenn.: Dairy coop employee fired due to foot injury advances exclusion from employment claim
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—W.D. Wis.: Terminated Affirmative Action director failed to establish discrimination on account of his race or retaliation
- DOJ NEWS—Home health care agency owners, manager indicted on wage fixing, market allocation charges
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Flying Solo: Can a Single Employee’s Workplace Complaint Qualify as Protected Concerted Activity?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—UPDATED: NYC Council Passes Bill Granting Paid Sick Leave to Parents Vaccinating Children Against COVID-19
- HOUSE NEWS—Resolution would recognize Equal Rights Amendment as valid
- LABOR—ARBITRATION—1st Cir.: District court’s refusal to order arbitration in dispute over reduction in 401(k) contributions reversed
- LABOR—NLRB WEEKLY SUMMARY—Weekly summary of NLRB decisions
- ON THE LABOR FRONT—The President and the NLRB: A one-year performance review
- PROCEDURE—S.D. Ohio: Employment application’s six-month limitation period didn’t bar employee’s overtime claims
- TORT CLAIMS—M.D. Pa.: Ousted neuroradiologist’s defamation claim against prior employer is dismissed for now, but some claims proceed
- WAGE-HOUR—WORKING TIME—D. Or.: Forest Service officer not entitled to wages for voluntary cave-related projects
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