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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

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

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

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

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

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

National Labor Relations Board Rollback Continues

USA - January 30 2018 Changes in interpretation of National Labor Relations Board case law that began with the appointment of Chairman Philip Miscimarra are expected to

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