In case you missed the in-depth coverage of Employment Law Daily for October, here’s a recap of some key developments in the L&E community.
Highlights from the October 2019 recap include:
- Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Title VII protections for LGBTQ employees
- Rideshare companies fight back with ballot initiative to carve out exceptions to California’s controversial new law treating gig workers as employees
- DOL proposed rule would permit tip-pooling to include non-tipped workers and also tip credit for ‘contemporaneous’ non-tipped duties
- Labor Board rules that confidentiality and media contact rules didn’t run afoul of Section 7 rights
- Federal appeals court rulings on whether refusing to hire an obese applicant due to fear of future impairment supports a regarded-as claim, and whether McDonald’s was a joint employer of franchise employees.
- A jury’s $20 million award on a gay policeman’s discrimination and retaliation claims
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