Labor & Employment Law Daily Wrap Up
- TOP STORY—NLRB: Starbucks fails to convince NLRB to review single-store bargaining unit determination
- DISCHARGE—10th Cir.: State-law wrongful discharge claim based on right of self-defense does not advance to trial
- DISCHARGE—4th Cir.: Trial court decision to vacate arbitration award for employee claiming wrongful termination without just cause is reversed
- DISCRIMINATION—DISABILITY—E.D. Penn.: Employee fired after drug test disclosed CBD product can’t advance bias claims
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—D.R.I.: City of Providence must face Black supervisor’s bias, constructive discharge claims
- DISCRIMINATION—RACE—N.D. Ill.: Black Chevrolet salesman’s racially hostile work environment claim advances
- EEOC NEWS—Commission settles disability discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuits for over $450K
- EMPLOYEE LEAVE—N.D. Ohio: Employer liable for failure to notify warehouse parts puller of FMLA rights to attend birth of child
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Houston Raises the Minimum Wage for Houston-Area Airport Workers, Up to $15.00 Per Hour by October 2023
- EXPERT INSIGHTS—Shields Up: 10 Proactive Steps Employers Can Take to Prevent Russian Cybersecurity Attacks
- LABOR PULSE—What’s Happening at Starbucks and What Does It Mean?
- LABOR—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTIVES—NLRB: Medical clinic’s firing of staff for protesting a supervisor’s abuse violated NLRA
- WHITE HOUSE NEWS—President Biden announces nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for U.S. Supreme Court
- WORTH NOTING—Appeals court cases of note
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