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EEOC nominees don’t appear committed to prior Title VII policy on LGBT discrimination
By Pamela Wolf, J.D. On September 19, 2017, the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee held a hearing that included testimony from President Donald Trump’s nominees to serve as
EEOC advances pattern or practice claim that affiliated companies favored Hispanic applicants
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. The EEOC plausibly alleged that an employer and its affiliated companies maintained a policy of giving hiring preference to Hispanic and Spanish-speaking applicants. Denying
In calculating overtime, failure to aggregate hours of workers with two part-time jobs not ‘willful’
By Ronald Miller, J.D. Agreeing with a district court that certain county employees did not present enough evidence to avoid a directed verdict on the county’s “willfulness” in failing to
Kraft retirees had no vested right to health care benefits beyond termination of CBAs
In a number of recent court decisions, it has consistently been determined that collective bargaining agreements do not provide a source for lifetime medical benefits for retirees and their surviving
NLRB: Employer’s conflicting signals mean it failed to effectively repudiate CBA
By Ronald Miller, J.D. By failing to respond to a union’s request for information, an employer violated NLRA Section 8(a)(5), ruled a divided three-member panel of the NLRB. The Board rejected the emp