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EEOC Warns US Employers That State Law Cannot Be Used to Justify Transgender Discrimination

USA - May 5 2016 The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) reminded employers this week in no uncertain terms that they are required to…

New OSHA Rule Limits Permissible Post-Accident Drug Testing

USA - August 16 2016 Employers, it may be time to check your drug-testing policies again. Generally speaking, this signifies employers must bring policies into…

Sixth Circuit to Employers: Failure to Timely and Thoroughly Investigate Sexual Harassment Claims May Cost You

USA - February 15 2016 The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reminded us last Wednesday that claims of sexual harassment and hostile work environment are not just limited to…

Christina A. Pate

Seventh Circuit Goes It Alone - Upholds NLRB Decision Holding That Class and Collective Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements Are Unlawful and Unenforceable

USA - May 26 2016 The court is the first federal appellate court to accept the NLRB's position on the issue The long-running teeter-totter battle between National…

Daniel B. Pasternak

How do you like them apples? Apple, Inc. wins dismissal of class action brought by its employees at retail Stores in California

USA - November 11 2015 “iPhone.” “Technological innovation.” “Jobs.” These are the words that come to mind when you think of technology giant Apple, Inc. You can now add…