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Black female physician assigned menial tasks advances hostile work environment claim
Being made to do menial jobs like taking out the trash and being referred to by her first name (rather than “doctor”) could be objectively and subjectively hostile. An African-American...
Nevada waived immunity from FLSA claims by removing suit to federal court
In a case of first impression, the appeals court established a clear jurisdictional rule: “removal means waiver” of sovereign immunity as to all federal claims. The State of Nevada waived...
Servers’ messages thanking coworker for criticizing management were protected activity
By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. In her resignation email, a bartender criticized the restaurant’s owner and general manager; shortly thereafter, several servers were terminated after replying to the...