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“Unpaid interns” held to be employees who should have been paid

USA - June 14 2013 As this FEB went to publication, a federal district court in New York issued an important and very instructive decision on the...

Saundra L. M. Riley, Michael A. Sands.


Termination over derogatory Facebook comments not unfair labor practice

USA - June 14 2013 A medical office lawfully terminated its employee for sharing profanity-laced, derogatory comments on Facebook. A former employee set up a group...

Saundra L. M. Riley, Michael A. Sands.


Record EEOC $240m verdict for severely abused disabled workers

USA - June 14 2013 An Iowa jury awarded the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission $240 million in damages the largest verdict in the EEOC's history &mdash...

Saundra L. M. Riley, Michael A. Sands.


Latest California appeals court: PAGA claims not subject to mandatory arbitration

USA - June 14 2013 Since the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion (see Fenwick's April 28, 2011 Litigation Alert), California appellate...

Saundra L. M. Riley, Michael A. Sands.


Court rejects Walmart’s bid to kick negligent hiring claim by contractors’ employees

USA - June 14 2013 A California federal district court held that companies may owe a duty of care to their prospective contractor's employees in the hiring of such...

Saundra L. M. Riley, Michael A. Sands.