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Third Circuit Sets Precedent In Holding That Direct Evidence Of Retaliation Is Not Necessary

USA - April 27 2017 In a precedential decision, the Third Circuit ruled that an employee exercising leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") need not prove...


A Sigh of Relief for Employers: Federal Judge Halts Implementation of New Overtime Regulations

USA - November 23 2016 Employers across the country have been preparing to implement the new federal Department of Labor ("DOL") regulations, which call for a substantial...

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Evidence supports denial of EEOC's appeal on ADA loss in disability discrimination suit

USA - May 27 2016 The Seventh Circuit affirmed a complete victory for AutoZone Inc. ("AutoZone") in a lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission...


Arbitration award reversed in favor of public policy

USA - September 28 2015 In a rare decision, the New York State Appellate Division (the "Appellate Division") recently reversed an arbitration award and found a union...


Clarity on what constitutes an "overnight stay" under the family and Medical Leave Act

USA - June 25 2015 The Third Circuit recently interpreted a Department of Labor ("DOL") regulation under the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") that provides clarity...