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CEO personally liable for company’s wage and hour violations

USA - December 30 2015 As most companies are aware, running afoul of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) can prove extremely costly. What is likely less well-known, however...


Refusal to exempt employee from “Mark of the Beast” hand scanner proves damning for company

USA - February 16 2016 This week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) scored a victory on behalf of a man who claimed that his former employer failed to...


Pay attention to those doctor’s notes

USA - August 31 2015 It should be obvious to most that an employee seeking FMLA leave must provide some type of notice to his or her employer. The question that often...


A single “Heil Hitler” not hostile enough, says the Fifth Circuit

USA - March 17 2015 No reasonable employee could believe that a single "Heil Hitler" creates a hostile work environment. Or at least that's what the Fifth Circuit Court...


55-Year-Old Employee Fails to Establish Age Discrimination Claim against 3D Printing Company

USA - May 10 2016 Last week, a Minnesota Federal District Court granted summary judgment in favor of a New Mexico company accused of age discrimination. Optomec, Inc...