The biggest workplace challenge in the coming U.S. Supreme Court term will require a delicate dance to divide up argument time in three consolidated cases with six lawyers, including two stars of the high court bar, and a U.S. Justice Department that has changed positions.
- Susan Fowler, Uber's Thorn, Shares Her Story With the Supreme Court
- Citing 'Salman,' Second Circuit Finds Its Own Insider Trading Ruling Not 'Good Law'
- Four More Companies Flagged by FTC Over 'Made in USA' Claims
- Miami Judge Set to Rule on Extradition for Panama's Ex-President
- California's Chief Justice Raises New Alarms Over Immigration Arrests at Court
- Judge Tells EEOC to Revisit Rule for Workplace Wellness Programs
Even under the heightened standard recently articulated by the Supreme Court, the judge ruled the plaintiffs' claims under a disparate-impact theory could move forward.
Visitors to the website say execution of the government’s search warrant would violate their First Amendment rights to read information on the internet anonymously.
Susan Fowler, the former Uber engineer who exposed in a blog post her claims of a hostile work environment, tells the U.S. Supreme Court in a key workplace challenge that class action waivers in arbitration agreements unfairly allow companies to eliminate legal risks associated with systemic, illegal employment practices.
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, the Minnesota-based insurer suing the U.S. Labor Department over its fiduciary rule, said Monday it plans to file a preliminary injunction to halt the anti-arbitration clause that is set out in the regulation's best-interest contract exemption.
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- Musical Chairs in ‘Year of Transition’ for Solicitor General’s Office
- Ropes & Gray Lawyer Who Argued 'Obergefell' Isn't Sweating Kennedy Rumors
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit found Wednesday that its own prior interpretation of insider trading precedent was "no longer good law" after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling last year in 'U.S. v. Salman'.
The National Labor Relations Board will get a chance to argue against Uber Technologies Inc. in a key appeal over class actions and employment arbitration clauses that is snarled in a federal appeals court.
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