Before the advent of wage-and-hour class action litigation, labor and employment cases rarely rose to a level that impacted corporate financial statements
The Supreme Court of the United States, in its just-completed term, issued a total of 73 signed opinions in argued cases and five summary reversals without oral argument
In a case that could impact employers everywhere, Vance v. Ball State University, the U.S. Supreme Court is considering who qualifies as a supervisor pursuant to Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, and B
...S. Supreme Court's opinion issued earlier this year in Genesis HealthCare v. Symczyk, saying, "'If an intervening circumstance deprives the...
...The high court, split 5-4 down ideological lines in Genesis Healthcare v. Symczyk, did not reach a key issue of whether...
In Jesse Jackson's famous Saturday Night Live sketch, every question was moot. Luckily for litigants, our courts take a more forgiving view
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court begins its new term, and is currently scheduled to hear arguments on three notable employment law cases over the coming months
The vacation is over. After a summer of Olympic glories and relaxing days at the beach, it is time to re-engage with the Supreme Court
...gender bias case against CIGNA Healthcare Inc., alleging $100 million in...of claim, with a peculiar genesis." Congress gave the U...
...Court of Appeals has ruled. In Symczyk v. Genesis HealthCare Corp. , a unanimous three-judge panel held that defendants in...
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