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SCOTUS rules exhaustion of administrative remedies is not jurisdictional - Does it matter?

USA - June 4 2019 On June 3, 2019, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision holding that Title VII’s administrative exhaustion requirement is not a jurisdictional...

Scott R. McLaughlin, Marlene C. Williams, John T. Hays.

Fifteen-yard penalty for failure to WARN

USA - April 18 2019 The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is the latest victim in a long line of leagues that have attempted to offer professional football outside of...

Scott R. McLaughlin, John T. Hays.

Supreme Court rules in favor of class action waivers contained in employee arbitration agreements

USA - May 22 2018 The Supreme Court of the United States handed employers a huge win with respect to employee class and collective actions. In Epic Systems Corp v...

Deepa S. Menon, John T. Hays.

Circuit split growsSecond Circuit expands protection under Title VII based on sexual orientation

USA - February 28 2018 On February 26, 2018, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit became the second federal circuit to hold that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act...

Scott R. McLaughlin, Marlene C. Williams, John T. Hays.