Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- AGENCY NEWS—NLRB and CFPB team up to address overlapping employment-related issues, including AI and employer-driven debt
- AGENCY NEWS—Therapy provider cited $9M by California Labor Commissioner for willful misclassification of therapists
- ARBITRATION—W.D.N.Y.: Former store manager must arbitrate claims, despite never signing or affirmatively adopting agreement
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—5th Cir.: Lab tech fired for violating substance use policy won’t get trial on ADA claims, but FMLA claim revived
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—D.D.C.: Caucasian IT manager fired for violating conduct policy, not because of race or opposition to DE&I policy
- EMPLOYEE LEAVE—M.D. Ga.: ‘Mysterious’ termination of healthcare employee, days after leave approval, supports FMLA claims
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—3 worksite I-9 compliance updates: the times they are a changin’ … for the better?
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Supreme Court finds high-earning, day-rate workers can get overtime under Fair Labor Standards Act
- SENATE NEWS—With Starbucks CEO’s last-minute agreement to testify, HELP Committee’s subpoena vote is cancelled
- STATE-LAW CLAIMS—Minn. App.: Employee denied civil penalty based on employer’s failure to provide timely notice of reason for termination
- STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES—Top labor and employment developments for February 2023
- WAGE-HOUR—CLASS ACTIONS—W.D. Wis.: Claims adjusters who signed releases did not qualify to represent proposed collective
- WAGE-HOUR—MINIMUM WAGE—9th Cir.: Questions concerning employee status of immigration detainees certified to Washington Supreme Court
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