In case you missed the in-depth coverage of Labor & Employment Law Daily for December, here’s a recap of some key developments in the L&E community.
Highlights from the December 2019 recap include:
Supreme Court news
- Justices will take up ministerial exception
Year-end regulatory developments
- DOL issues final rule defining what payments employers include and exclude in determining overtime rates
- NLRB issues final rule on representation-case procedures
Federal circuit court decisions
- NLRB must revisit finding that “whore board” comment was protected
- Class certification reversed in American Airlines overtime suit
- Plaintiffs don’t have to establish a prima facie Equal Pay Act case to assert pay discrimination under Title VII
- Judicial approval not required of Rule 68(a) offers of judgment settling FLSA claims
- EEOC does an about-face on mandatory arbitration
- NLRB continues reversals of Obama-era precedent
See our latest monthly recap: Top labor and employment developments for December 2019.
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