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Claim that supervisor used unsubstantiated drug charge to oust employee who sought FMLA leave advances
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. Refusing to dismiss an employee’s FMLA retaliation claims against his employer and two supervisors individually, a federal district court in Illinois found that he plausibly al
NLRB: Discipline unlawfully motivated by ULP charges, not driver’s failure to secure gas cylinders
By Ronald Miller, J.D. An employer issued a written warning to an employee for having filed unfair labor practice charges with the Board, not because he drove his truck with improperly secured gas cyl
EEOC settlement meant Halliburton rehiring employee, even if no vacancy
By Nicole D. Prysby, J.D. Because a settlement agreement with the EEOC required Halliburton to rehire an employee conditioned only upon his passing a medical screening, which he did, so Halliburton br
CSX Transportation to pay $3.2M to settle EEOC disparate impact suit over pre-employment testing
CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT), one of the nation’s leading transportation suppliers, will pay $3.2 million and furnish other relief to settle a companywide sex discrimination lawsuit filed by
Walmart’s silence after settlement demand did not lull employee into missing EEOC charge deadline
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. Affirming summary judgment against a former Walmart employee’s ADA claims, the Eighth Circuit agreed with a district court that settlement communications between Walmart and th