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Timber Harvesting Company Cannot Escape Overtime Liability, But Commute and Meal Break Time Should Not Have Been Included, Sixth Circuit Holds

USA - June 6 2019 Rejecting employer Timberline South’s argument, among others, that FLSA coverage did not apply because all of its timber harvesting occurred only...

Robert Bowes.

New York City Ban on Pre-Employment Drug Testing Won’t Apply to (most) Healthcare Workers

USA - May 28 2019 On May 10, 2019, a bill amending New York City’s administrative code related to prospective employee drug-testing officially became law for New York...

February Forecast for Healthcare Employers: Expect Flurry of FLSA Wage and Hour Suits

USA - March 1 2019 Healthcare employers can expect the rise of class action lawsuits to continue, as 2019 has seen a steady influx of class actions against healthcare...

Class Certification Denied in Physician Equal Pay Lawsuit Under a Blanket Compensation Plan

USA - September 21 2018 An Illinois District Court recently denied certification of a class of female physicians claiming that their employer’s pay practices unlawfully...

Seventh Circuit Holding in Sexual Orientation Fair Housing Lawsuit May Foreshadow Similar Claims Brought Against Health Care Providers

USA - September 4 2018 On August 27, 2018, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an Illinois District Court in holding that a seventy-year-old homosexual woman...