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Sixth Circuit revives bias, reprisal claims of female assistant principal disciplined more severely than male comparator
By Harold S. Berman J.D. The appeals court reversed in part summary judgment in the employer’s favor on claims brought by a female assistant principal who was disciplined more harshly than her male
Citigroup can’t be forced to produce unredacted FBI background check of rejected job applicant
The disqualified job applicant sought the unredacted version of the FBI document, but Citigroup was not in full control of that document, as it was bound by the privilege invoked by the FBI. A Citigro
Justices contemplate application of California wage-hour law to an offshore drilling platform
The Ninth Circuit applied California law as a surrogate under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, contrary to the Fifth Circuit’s requirement there must be a gap in coverage of federal law, to do s
Nine newly released NLRB advice memos span 8 years, address work rules, dues revocation, among other topics
The memos, dated between 2011 and 2019, address topics such as union discipline and checkoff revocation, and employer social media and media communication rules, among others. On April 15, the Nationa
Class action revived in suit alleging P.F. Chang’s owed workers for reporting pay
The Massachusetts high court concluded that Mass. R. Civ. P. 23 provides the correct standard for determining class certification under the state wage laws, and the wage laws did not infer a more leni