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Court Confirms Employer Can Be Liable For Harassment By Non-Employee

USA - February 8 2019 Faced with a question not yet addressed by the Third Circuit, a federal judge in Pennsylvania found an employer, as well as individual managers, may...

Carlyle W. Edwards-Balfour.


Class Action Trends Report Fall 2018

USA - December 12 2018 Dramatic changes in the way businesses operate in recent decades have led to a sharp increase in the "contingent" workforce. Faced with ever-growing...

Cary G. Palmer, Justin R. Barnes, Douglas J. Klein, Eric R. Magnus, Stephanie L. Goutos, Victoria Woodin Chavey, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Jonathan M. Minear, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Vincent E. Polsinelli, Christopher J. Stevens, David R. Golder, Paul Patten, Alison Crane, James M. McDonnell, Scott M. Pechaitis, Allison J. Vogel, David T. Wiley, T. Chase Samples.


The Eastern District of Wisconsin Limits Corporate Defendant’s Efforts To Redact Large Portions Of Business Information In Discovery

USA - December 20 2017 Authored by Katerina Mantell In IDC Financial Publishing Inc. v. BondDesk Group LLC, et al., Case No. 15-cv-1085 (PP), 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 177626...

Katerina R. Mantell.


Court Holds That Self-Selection Of Emails By Employee Satisfies Discovery Obligations

USA - August 16 2017 In Mirmina v. Genpact, LLC, Civil Action No. 3:16-CV-00614 (D. Conn. July 27, 2017), a federal court in an employment discrimination matter denied the...


Lack Of Prejudice Precludes Sanctions Following Automatic Deletion Of Emails

USA - August 2 2017 Magistrate Judge Iain D. Johnston recently held that sanctions were not warranted under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37(e) against a defendant who admitted to...

Kathryn B. Moynihan.