In case you missed the in-depth coverage of Labor and Employment Law Daily for September, here’s a recap of some key developments in the L&E community.
Our September 2020 recap includes:
Federal appeals courts:
- Second Circuit: Applicants could not rely on national statistics to support disparate impact challenge to hiring policy
- Third Circuit: Court must decide whether fraud in the execution invalidated formation or existence of contract with arbitration provision
- Fifth Circuit: Former Stryker employee can’t avoid "part of his litigation liabilities;" $2M fee award upheld
- Tenth Circuit: Persistent rumors of female trooper’s promiscuity, affairs, support revival of hostile environment claim
- After federal court partly invalidates FFCRA rules, DOL makes regulatory changes
- DOL releases proposed rule addressing independent contractor status under the FLSA
- DOL’s proposed rulemaking would require unions to broaden disclosure of funds
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