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It's beginning to look a lot likeFair Credit Reporting Act disclosures are destined to be alone for now

USA - January 2 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to hear a case where the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals determined that including a waiver with a Fair Credit

Employment discrimination statistics and trends in Wisconsin

USA - October 31 2017 Aggrieved employees in Wisconsin may make discrimination, retaliation, andor harassment claims to the EEOC or Wisconsin’s Equal Rights Division. This

Seventh Circuit Overrules ‘But-For’ Causation Standard under False Claims Act

USA - November 29 2017 Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit created a conflict among the circuits by holding, in United States v. First

Multi-Month Leave is Not a Reasonable ADA Accommodation in the 7th Circuit

USA - October 31 2017 The 7th Circuit recently reaffirmed its position that an employee requiring leave of two months or longer is not a “qualified individual with

Ninth Circuit Holds that Employer’s Lawyers can be Liable for FLSA Retaliation

USA - October 31 2017 Ninth Circuit holds undocumented laborer is able to sue employer’s lawyer for his retaliatory practices of 1) investigating the immigration status of

It's beginning to look a lot likeFair Credit Reporting Act disclosures are destined to be alone for now

USA - January 2 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to hear a case where the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals determined that including a waiver with a Fair Credit

Seventh Circuit Overrules ‘But-For’ Causation Standard under False Claims Act

USA - November 29 2017 Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit created a conflict among the circuits by holding, in United States v. First

Ninth Circuit Holds that Employer’s Lawyers can be Liable for FLSA Retaliation

USA - October 31 2017 Ninth Circuit holds undocumented laborer is able to sue employer’s lawyer for his retaliatory practices of 1) investigating the immigration status of

Employment discrimination statistics and trends in Wisconsin

USA - October 31 2017 Aggrieved employees in Wisconsin may make discrimination, retaliation, andor harassment claims to the EEOC or Wisconsin’s Equal Rights Division. This

Multi-Month Leave is Not a Reasonable ADA Accommodation in the 7th Circuit

USA - October 31 2017 The 7th Circuit recently reaffirmed its position that an employee requiring leave of two months or longer is not a “qualified individual with