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Jury must decide ADA, Title VII claims of black detective placed on leave, then fired after asking not to be Tasered
The detective was placed on indefinite leave on June 17, informed on July 1 she would not be allowed to return to work until medically cleared, and fired a week later for being absent without leave...
HUD’s alternative, non-telecommuting accommodations of modified schedule, time for therapy were reasonable
Full or part-time telecommuting wasn’t the only reasonable accommodation, just the accommodation the HUD attorney wanted. Agreeing with a district court that no reasonable jury could find that HUD...
Collective action wage claims by exotic dancers revived; proof of employee status not jurisdictional
When determining whether a statutory threshold is a jurisdictional barrier, the Ninth Circuit asks whether Congress clearly labeled the requirement as jurisdictional and whether the requirement is...
Denial of class certification reversed in major win for minor league baseball players
By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. The choice of law issues which prompted the district court to deny certification of two of the players’ proposed state law classes did not overwhelm the class claims. The...
Sex bias claim of university tennis coach fired after student’s sexual harassment allegation revived
The coach alleged he was fired based on a student’s malicious sexual harassment claim, the university was under some pressure to react more forcefully to allegations of male sexual misconduct, and...