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Labor & Employment Law Daily

SAME-DAY ANALYSIS OF BREAKING NEWS

A premium daily report of labor and employment law news, including breaking news alerts, that affects your world.

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Breaking news and expert analysis on legal and compliance developments

Labor & Employment Law Daily is a premium labor and employment law  current awareness and analysis service that offers daily e-mails, access to an online searchable database, and the option of receiving breaking news alerts. Labor & Employment Law Daily covers the most current federal and state court decisions with links to full text from the following sources:

  • Supreme Courts
  • Appellate Courts
  • Districts Courts

Attractively priced, Labor & Employment Law Daily can also save you as much as 50% over a similar daily labor and employment law service. The combination of content and affordability makes Labor & Employment Law Daily an outstanding value.

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Timely, practical updates on must-know developments

  • View full analyses of federal and state supreme, appellate, and district court decisions with links to full text
  • Receive wrap-up email every evening covering current court decisions, legislative developments, agency actions (EEOC, NLRB, DOL, DHS, OFCCP, among others), and more
  • Customize your daily email by topic and/or jurisdiction
  • Quickly access federal and state developments covering a wide range of employment and labor law topics
  • Search archives for stories of interest going back more than 10 years

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  • Get expert analysis written by subject matter specialists—created by attorneys for attorneys.
  • Track law firms and organizations in the headlines with our “Who’s in the News” feature.
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  • Search the vast database of archived news and analysis
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Customer Spotlight
Customer Spotlight - Staying Current, Saving Time, and Supporting Business Development

This customer spotlight is based on an interview with David Morrison, a principal in the Litigation and Labor & Employment groups at Goldberg Kohn. Learn how David leverages the Wolters Kluwer Labor & Employment Law platform to stay up-to-date, save time, and as a business development tool.

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Officer who settled prior sex harassment suit advances First Amendment retaliation claim

From the time she transferred in to the Major Crimes unit, she claimed she was subject to a “grossly sexist culture” that would “protect sexual harassers and cover up sexual abuse...

Joy P. Waltemath January 23, 2020
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Pilot’s class action against American Airlines for benefits accrual while on military leave fails to take off

Pilots’ sick time and vacation accrual are tied to work requirements rather than the fact of simply being employed, so they are neither seniority based nor USERRA protected. An Army Reservist who was...

Tulay Turan January 23, 2020
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Deaf job applicant may pursue disability discrimination claim against Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel may be correct that a mere delay in hiring or promotion is not an adverse employment action; however, a reasonable juror could conclude that the employer took him completely out of the...

Ronald Miller January 23, 2020
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Hispanic employees’ English-only discrimination class action against Chipotle falls short

The employees failed to make the requisite showing of commonality or typicality necessary to support the certification of a class. A federal district court in California denied an effort by a group...

Georgia D. Koutouzos January 22, 2020