...in interest is the innocent taxpayer." Glickman, of Springfield's Ruderman & Glickman, did not return a call....
A former Atlantic City solicitor who claimed she was fired for reporting a law firm's pay-to-play breach along with unethical conduct by city officials wins a $1.2 million jury verdict
A settlement in unpaid-overtime litigation can't be kept under seal just because it might make the employer look bad, a federal judge says, pointing to the longstanding policy of public access in lab
The Fair Labor Standards Act does not compel an employer to grant to employees the use of compensatory time on demand
The arbitrator's interpretation of the parties' collective-bargaining agreement as providing that muster time is to be compensated at straight-time pay is reasonably debatable and, therefore, must be
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