Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- TOP STORY—11th Cir.: White crane operator’s race bias lawsuit against Black supervisor revived
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—S.D. Ga.: EEOC advances claims on behalf of job applicant denied safety officer job due to HIV status
- DOL NEWS—WHD returns $800K owed to 609 workers; assesses $68K in civil penalties
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—ARBITRATION: Too limited and unpredictable for reliable ADR?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—The Biden Administration takes aim at increasing worker empowerment
- FEDERAL LEGISLATION—With President Biden’s signature, no more forced arbitration of workplace sexual harassment claims
- FEDERAL REGULATIONS—OSHA maps out whistleblower complaint procedures under Taxpayer First Act
- IMMIGRATION—S.D. Ind.: Foreign-born physical therapist not coerced into working
- LABOR NEWS—Tech workers at New York Times overwhelmingly vote for NewsGuild-CWA representation
- LABOR—NLRB WEEKLY SUMMARY—Weekly summary of NLRB decisions
- STATE-LAW CLAIMS—Cal. App.: California employee can’t be forced to litigate employment claim in court of sister state
- TORT CLAIMS—E.D.N.Y.: Dismissal and preliminary injunction denied in paper and plastic bag trade secrets dispute
- WORTH NOTING—Cases of note dealing with wage-hour issues
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