Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—11th Cir.: Employee’s request to telework after c-section did not trigger accommodation duty
- CONTRACT CLAIMS—Wash. App.: Former WSU employee, who settled discrimination claim, waived contingent right to be rehired
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—N.D. Okla.: Terminated employee fails to plead sufficient facts to prevail against former employer
- DISCRIMINATION—E.D. Pa.: Discharged officer of mushroom company failed to show race, national origin discrimination
- DOL NEWS—WHD recovers $1.3M reportedly owed to 86 workers under the FLSA
- EEOC NEWS—Employers pay nearly $340K to settle religious and sexual orientation discrimination allegations
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Attention employers: are your EEOC posters up to date?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—More pay reporting and disclosure obligations on the horizon for employers
- LABOR NEWS—U.S. Steel, USW reach tentative contract with 21.55 percent wage boost across four years
- LABOR—LAYOFFS—S.D.N.Y.: Employees’ WARN Act mass layoff notice claims regarding California locations fail
- PRIVACY, COMPUTER FRAUD—Auto industry supplier obtains injunction against former employees, competitor
- RETALIATION—C.D. Ill.: Prison chaplain notified of firing eight days after announcing charge plans advances claim
- STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES—Top labor and employment developments for October 2022
- WORTH NOTING—Cases of note dealing with graduate students and universities
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