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Supreme Court holds that "mere presence" of FLSA collective-action claims cannot save a lawsuit where named plaintiff's individual claims are moot *

USA - April 23 2013
Some good news for employers. In a recent 5-4 opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court held that collective-action claims brought under the Fair Labor…


New Supreme Court term promises a range of labor and employment cases *

USA - October 1 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court opens its 2012-2013 term today.

Co-authors: Jeffrey S. Nowak.


A review of the Supreme Court's 2011 - 2012 term *

USA - July 12 2012
As the United States Supreme Court's 2011-2012 term drew to a close at the end of June, the Court's decision upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act (PPACA or the Act) dominated media coverage.

Co-authors: David P. Radelet.


Supreme Court restricts public sector unions’ collection of nonmember fees *

USA - June 29 2012
In a decision upholding the free speech rights of public employees represented by but not belonging to a union, the U.S. Supreme Court held last week that a public sector union must provide the requisite “Hudson notice” and receive affirmative consent from nonmembers prior to imposing a special assessment or other mid-year dues increase.


Supreme Court holds that ‘ministerial exception’ protects church from teacher’s retaliation claim *

USA - January 19 2012
In a significant, unanimous decision last week, the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that a “ministerial exception” bars employment discrimination actions brought by employees who fall within this exception against religious employers.

Co-authors: Ellen M. Babbitt.


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