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Title III accessibility class actions target retail, food and hospitality industries

USA - July 21 2015 Many retail, restaurant and hospitality employers are looking to technology to improve the guest experience and their bottom line. Among other things...

V. John Ella.

The midwest employer spring 2014

USA - May 7 2014 Using a novel procedural mechanism, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Chicago District Office has begun to challenge often-used...

V. John Ella, Paul Patten, David J. Duddleston, James A. McKenna, Michael C. Stepien.

Minnesota passes minimum wage increases

USA - April 16 2014 Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has signed a law increasing the minimum wage in Minnesota to $9.50 an hour by 2016. The first of three increases will...

David J. Duddleston.

Minnesota High Court rules tips are wages under state law

USA - August 23 2013 Employers who require restaurant employees to pay for cash register shortages, customer walkouts and unsigned credit card receipts from their...

Gina K. Janeiro.

Nurse who suffered panic attack and was sent home can pursue FMLA interference claim

USA - November 27 2012 A nurse who was sent home by her employer’s human resources director after suffering a panic attack can pursue her interference claim under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, the U.S. Court of Appeals in St. Louis has ruled....

Antone Melton-Meaux.