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Kentucky Employers Must Be Represented by Counsel in Unemployment Compensation Hearings, Court Rules

USA - May 7 2019 Non-lawyers may no longer represent employers in unemployment compensation hearings in Kentucky, the Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled. Nichols v...

Patricia Anderson Pryor, Katharine C. Weber.

Older Applicants Cannot Utilize ADEA to Challenge Neutral Hiring Criteria, Seventh Circuit Rules

USA - April 29 2019 The Age Discrimination in Employment Act does not permit non-employees to bring claims under a disparate impact theory, the Seventh Circuit has ruled...

Paul Patten.

Class Action Trends Report Winter 2019

USA - February 26 2019 Ayanna is working as an IT consultant at Globo Worldwide, part of a large team brought on to assist the e-commerce...

Kirsten A. Milton, Justin R. Barnes, Eric R. Magnus, Stephanie L. Goutos, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Vincent E. Polsinelli, Christopher J. Stevens, Matthew M. Brown, Deirdre Maria Salsich, Kyle B. Russell, Lindsey A. Strachan, David R. Golder, Paul Patten, Stephanie J. Peet, Alison Crane, James M. McDonnell, Scott M. Pechaitis, Brett M. Anders, T. Chase Samples.

Older Applicants Cannot Utilize ADEA to Challenge Neutral Hiring Criteria, Seventh Circuit Rules

USA - January 29 2019 The Age Discrimination in Employment Act does not permit non-employees to bring claims under a disparate impact theory, the Seventh Circuit has ruled...

Paul Patten.