Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- TOP STORY—Biden Administration asks Supreme Court for partial stay of injunction against Navy’s COVID vaccine mandate
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—N.D. Ill.: Estate of CPD officer who died from COVID-19 related symptoms advances failure-to-accommodate claim
- DISCRIMINATION—RELIGIOUS—D. Colo.: Safeway’s offer to Jehovah’s Witness to work self-checkout during holidays was a reasonable accommodation
- DISCRIMINATION—RELIGIOUS—E.D. Cal.: Fire chief’s on-the-clock attendance at Christian-based leadership summit wasn’t protected
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Federal immigration officials make more international students eligible for STEM training program to delight of employers
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—The Ukraine conflict & related sanctions: what is the impact on global workforces?
- OSHA NEWS—COVID inspections ramping up at hospitals and nursing care facilities
- OSHA NEWS—Employers facing $346K in proposed penalties for trenching, crystalline silica hazards
- REPORTS—New Treasury Department report details anti-competitive practices in labor market
- RETALIATION—D.D.C.: Secret Service officer fends off summary judgment in hostile work environment, retaliation case
- RETALIATION—W.D. Wis.: Complaints to third parties, when reported to employer, can support causation element of FLSA retaliation claim
- TORT CLAIMS—D. Minn.: Employer’s wife faces tortious interference claim for role in employee’s constructive termination
- WAGE-HOUR—EXEMPTIONS—N.D. Tex.: Technical field advisors denied collective action due to status as highly-compensated employees
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