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Bank teller fired after absence for abortion states plausible PDA claim
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. Refusing to dismiss a Title VII suit by a credit union employee who was fired because she was absent to have a medical procedure to terminate a pregnancy, a federal district co
CBA allowed arbitrator to look to state concealed-carry law; reinstatement of employee fired for gun in car upheld
By Ronald Miller, J.D. Finding that the text of a collective bargaining agreement permitted an arbitrator to look to external law in interpreting the agreement, the Seventh Circuit reversed the judgme
3-1 NLRB finds benefit changes comparable with past practice of unilateral actions lawful
By Ronald Miller, J.D. On remand from the D.C. Circuit, a four-member panel of the NLRB, in a 3-1 decision, dismissed consolidated cases, after finding that an employer did not violate Section 8(a)(5)