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Top labor and employment developments in June 2018
In case you missed Employment Law Daily’s in-depth coverage, here’s a recap of just some of the key developments in the L&E community for June 2018. BUSY END TO SUPREME COURT TERM Justice Kennedy
Employees in different city divisions, with different skills, not proper comparators
By Nicole D. Prysby, J.D. Given the differences in job duties and skills of an African-American employee and the two white individuals he named, the individuals were not proper comparators for the pur
California limitations period no bar to claim of prenatal exposure to toxic chemicals at mother’s workplace
By Kathleen Bianco, J.D. The California Supreme Court reversed a decision granting summary judgment to Sony Electronics in a suit claiming it was liable for a minor’s birth defects and permanent injur
Vulgar-talking judge’s attempt to rehash facts of assistant’s hostile environment, retaliation claims doomed qualified immunity denial appeal
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. In a case by a judicial administrative assistant against a county judge who purportedly created a hostile work environment with his explicit sexual banter and retaliated agai
DOL’s 80/20 provision, ‘dual jobs’ rules for tip credit are challenged
By Pamela Wolf, J.D. The Restaurant Law Center (RLC) and the Texas Restaurant Association (TRA) have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Labor challenging the so-called “80/20″ rule