Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- LABOR—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES—NLRB: Tesla’s team-wear policy unlawfully applied to prohibit display of union insignia
- ARBITRATION—S.D.N.Y.: Federal law restricting forced arbitration of sexual harassment claims didn’t cover claims that accrued before its enactment
- DISCRIMINATION—9th Cir.: UPS employee fired for timecard fraud fails to revive various discrimination claims
- DISCRIMINATION—SEX—W.D. Mich.: News anchor fired after unexcused absences can’t advance bias, retaliation suit
- EBSA NEWS—Hearing to be held, comment period to be reopened on proposed PTE procedural reg amendments
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—A Medical Condition is a Medical Condition (and could be a Disability), Regardless of Gender Identity
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—DOL Cybersecurity Investigations: The Trap Door to Endless Document Requests?
- OSHA NEWS—Newspaper allegedly fired reporter after she complained coworker’s cat caused bug infestation
- REMEDIES, DAMAGES—7th Cir.: Illinois public employees denied preliminary injunction against state, local COVID-19 vaccine mandates
- TORT CLAIMS—Miss. Sup. Ct.: Driller can sue former employer for bad faith following workers’ comp settlement
- USERRA, VETERANS—N.D. Ga.: Railroad manager’s placement on leave days after announcing possible deployment supports USERRA claims
- WAGE-HOUR—E.D. Pa.: Nursing home defending wage claims fails to pierce government informant and deliberative privileges
- WAGE-HOUR—MINIMUM WAGE—10th Cir.: Court affirms that long-haul truck owner-operators were FLSA-exempt independent contractors
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