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Requiring employees to use vacation or find coverage on Sabbath may violate Title VII
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. In a Title VII suit by two Seventh Day Adventists, who were fired for excessive absences after Kellogg’s new scheduling policy required they work every other Saturday, the Tent
Sheriffs get qualified immunity on employees’ First Amendment retaliation claims
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. A county sheriff and undersheriff were entitled to qualified immunity from several subordinates’ claims of First Amendment retaliation, the Tenth Circuit ruled in reversing t
7-Eleven employee’s murder not foreseeable, so no liability for lack of security guard
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. 7-Eleven, Inc., and its franchisee were not liable for failing to hire a security guard at a store from which an employee was leaving when he was murdered by either the suspect
Read this if you hire student interns and you want to avoid FLSA claims
The Department of Labor, apparently recognizing the trend among federal appellate courts in addressing whether interns should be considered “employees” for purposes of the FLSA’s wage and hour require
Outlook calendar showed males scheduled for more meetings, bolstering fired female’s pretext argument
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. Reconsidering and vacating its initial decision tossing a fired state agency director’s gender bias and retaliation claims on summary judgment, a federal court in Pennsylvani