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Purloined Evidence and the Health Care Whistleblower

USA - August 29 2018 Health care whistleblowers must walk a fine line in determining which materials can be taken from an employer as evidence of False Claim Act qui tam

You Can Mediate That? Beyond the Eve of Trial, A Fresh Perspective on Employment Mediation

USA - February 28 2018 Given that nearly all employment disputes resolve short of trial, it is never too early for an employment lawyer consider mediation, writes Jill Sopha

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

Supreme Court Acquiesces: Extended Leave Not Reasonable Accommodation Under ADA

USA - May 4 2018 A recent U.S. Supreme Court Order leaves intact the Seventh Circuit’s holding that “reasonable accommodation” is limited to measures that enable a person to work under the Americans with Disabilities Act. David McClurg discusses the case, the Order, and its implications for employers

To Mediate or Not? A Fresh Perspective Look Beyond the Law

Global, USA - July 13 2018 How do you determine if a particular case is a good candidate for mediation? The answer goes well beyond the legal substance and merits of the case

Purloined Evidence and the Health Care Whistleblower

USA - August 29 2018 Health care whistleblowers must walk a fine line in determining which materials can be taken from an employer as evidence of False Claim Act qui tam

To Mediate or Not? A Fresh Perspective Look Beyond the Law

Global, USA - July 13 2018 How do you determine if a particular case is a good candidate for mediation? The answer goes well beyond the legal substance and merits of the case

What Now? U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Class Action Waivers in Epic Systems

USA - June 5 2018 June 4, 2018 - In a Wisconsin-based case that could have far-reaching effects on employment litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that

Supreme Court Acquiesces: Extended Leave Not Reasonable Accommodation Under ADA

USA - May 4 2018 A recent U.S. Supreme Court Order leaves intact the Seventh Circuit’s holding that “reasonable accommodation” is limited to measures that enable a person to work under the Americans with Disabilities Act. David McClurg discusses the case, the Order, and its implications for employers

Sixth Circuit: transgender employee rights protected by Title VII

USA - March 26 2018 The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important decision in March 2018 concerning the rights of transgender employees in the workplace. In