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First Circuit upholds $20K sanction against attorney for frivolous claim
He ignored a “pointed warning” from a magistrate judge and pressed forward with a claim against an individual defendant that was “based on nothing more than a wing and a prayer...
Under ERISA, attorney’s fees cannot be imposed on opposing counsel
By Wayne D. Garris Jr., J.D. The district court charged attorney’s fees to the plaintiff’s attorney after finding that he kept the court in a “systemic state of confusion” by...
Justices will not scrutinize Title VII precedent on ‘undue hardship’ test in religious accommodation
Two dissenting Justices would have taken the opportunity to determine whether the High Court precedent was well decided and is currently out of step with the application of similar tests under...
Strong, bipartisan support seen for Amazon workers’ unionization quest
In a recent registered voter poll, overall, 77 percent support the workers’ unionization effort, including 55 percent of Republicans. While stakeholders across the United States anxiously await...
Company not joint employer of live-in caretakers employed at CEO’s private residence
Given that the plaintiffs performed their typical, contractually enumerated duties at four FCB-related events, their complaint did not plausibly allege that FCB supervised or controlled their...