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Objectors get exotic dancers’ FLSA settlement thrown out
By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. Three dancers who filed individual FLSA claims against San Francisco area clubs objected to the proposed settlement of putative class claims brought by two plaintiffs in...
Without notice and comment, NLRB issues final rule on representation-case procedures
By Pamela Wolf, J.D. The final rule upends many aspects of the 2014 Obama-era election rule. Without notice and comment, the National Labor Relations Board on December 13 released a final rule on...
Glass cutter’s foot condition limited standing and walking for 8 1/2 months; not temporary or transitory
Even under the ADA’s regarded as prong, the condition, as alleged, was more than a temporary and transitory issue. Not only would an employee’s foot condition, which required two surgeries and...
Attorney fee award to CRST in EEOC Title VII sexual harassment case stands despite lack of ‘mathematical precision’
Although the district court’s fee award was “not based on mathematical precision and nicety,” it did not abuse its discretion in its award of attorneys’ fees to the trucking company in...
NDAA with 12 weeks of paid parental leave for federal employees gets Trump’s green light
Notably, the AFGE also supports the 12-week benefit, which is the same as what service members already get in a separate benefit. On December 10, the White House announced its support of the 2019...