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DOJ Contradicts EEOC over Title VII’s Applicability to Transgender Employees

USA - October 30 2018 The Department of Justice is now squarely at odds with the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission over whether Title VII’s prohibition on sex…

New York’s Highest Court: Notice of an Individual Settlement Must Be Sent to All Members of a Purported “Class” Even if No Class Has Been Certified

USA - December 19 2017 Dealing a significant setback to employers, New York's highest court ruled that any individual settlement in a purported class action requires notice…

DOJ About-Face: Supporting Class Action Waivers, Parting Ways with the NLRB

USA - July 17 2017 The Department of Justice (DOJ) has just switched sides in a trio of high profile arbitration cases now pending before the Supreme Court, joining with…

Legislators Jump into Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ring

USA - April 12 2017 Employers take note: On the heels of the Seventh Circuit landmark and controversial ruling last week that Title VII does, in fact, prohibit sexual…

Hope for Employers: Court Says Home Health Aides Can’t Bring Collective Action

USA - September 12 2016 Courts have been quick to allow one employee claiming to be due overtime to sue on behalf of others in the same job category by certifying a…