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The Weinstein Company releases sexual harassment victims from NDAs
By Pamela Wolf, J.D. The company of a man who catapulted the “Me Too” movement into a continuing media spotlight, prompting employers to audit their own workplace practices, has announced
Chipotle prevails in contempt proceeding against employee attempt to enforce blocked DOL overtime rule
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. When an employee and her counsel—in direct violation of a court order imposing a nationwide injunction against the Department of Labor’s final overtime rule—sued Chipotle und
Humana will pay $2.5M to resolve pay discrimination allegations affecting 753 women
Humana Inc. will pay $2.5 million in back wages and interest under a conciliation agreement with the Department of Labor to resolve allegations of pay discrimination against 753 women at the health in