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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 24 Jan 2022

COVID-19 Workplace Liability May Include Workers’ Comp. and Torts

A recent California appellate court decision provides insight into the surprising reach of employers’ liability with respect to employee COVID-19…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 9 Dec 2021

The Space Law Review: USA

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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 6 Jan 2014

Public Benefit Corporation Act of Colorado

During the 2013 legislative session, the Colorado Legislature enacted H.B. 13-1138, the Public Benefit Corporation Act of Colorado ("PBC Act")…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 27 Dec 2013

EEOC naughty, but employer gets lump of coal

A Federal Court of Appeals recently broke ranks with other federal appellate courts, holding that the EEOC's failure to obey its statutory duty to…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 26 Dec 2013

Another win for FLSA class action waiver

In Porreca v. Rose Group, No. 13-1674 (E.D. Penn. Dec. 11, 2013), an employee attempted to bring class claims for violations of the wage and hour…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 23 Dec 2013

Court nixes non-appealability clause in arbitration agreement

Generally speaking, arbitration is a matter of contract, and arbitration agreements must be enforced according to their terms. The Ninth Circuit…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 19 Dec 2013

Restaurant managers in hot water

Business owners are often sued personally in FLSA suits, but a recent case shows there's a significant risk for restaurant managers, as well. In Jang…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 18 Dec 2013

Administrative law judge “anti-intellectual?”

Clearly annoyed, the 7th Circuit Court attacked an ALJ's ruling on expert evidence as "circular," "unscientific" and "anti-intellectual." At issue…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 17 Dec 2013

The plaintiff’s bankruptcy as a bar to later lawsuits

When does a plaintiff's bankruptcy bar a later discrimination claim? The Ninth Circuit recently framed the issue with two cases: In Ah Quin v. County…
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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 12 Dec 2013

Consumer debt collection

Recently, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) issued anAdvance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Notice) seeking comment, data and…
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