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Error to deny pro se plaintiff overtime records, dismiss claims of racist OT assignments
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. Vacating summary judgment against an African-American electrician’s claim that white electricians were given nearly twice as much overtime in violation of federal and state law
Emails expressing sexual desire for boss indicated affair was welcome; no hostile environment claim
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. An employee who exchanged hundreds of sexually charged emails with the company’s general manager during a two-month consensual affair, and only complained about his “ha
No Title VII religious bias ‘as perceived’ claim for Christian principal who implemented ‘mindfulness practices’
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. A plaintiff may not pursue an “as perceived” claim for religious discrimination under Title VII, a federal district court in Georgia declared, finding that the pl
Sketchy post-litigation arbitration agreement can’t be used for a second bite at the defense apple
By Lisa Milam-Perez, J.D. A district court properly denied a strip club’s motion to compel arbitration of a class and collective action minimum wage suit brought by exotic dancers who alleged they wer
IHOP not employer of sub-franchisee’s worker for purposes of ADEA claim
By Nicole D. Prysby, J.D. A restaurant employee could not show that restaurant franchisor IHOP, or its regional licensee, Sunshine Partners, were her employers for purposes of liability under the ADEA