In a decision that may make it easier for plaintiffs to survive summary judgment with their sexual-harassment retaliation claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a trial
In a decision that may make it easier for plaintiffs to survive summary judgment with their sexual harassment retaliation claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a trial
A Kroger employee who claimed that he was fired, rehired and then constructively discharged was awarded $451,000. Karl Tipple, who has been diagnosed with developmental disorders and learning disabil
...Jurisdiction is effectively a plea to the jurisdiction. See, e.g., Richardson Hosp. Auth. v. Duru,...
The family of a driver who was killed in a crash with a tractor-trailer agreed to a $1.2 million settlement. Kook Rok Oh, 72, collided with the truck that was making a three-point turn in an attempt
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