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Bankrupt Employer's Rejection of Expired Contract Permitted (PDF)

Bankrupt Employer's Rejection of Expired Contract Permitted (PDF)

Resolving an issue of first impression, in In Re: Trump Entertainment Resorts UNITE HERE Local 54, the Third Circuit held that, under 1113, an employer may reject the terms of an expired CBA.

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California Fair Pay Act: the Revival of Comparable Worth (PDF)

California Fair Pay Act: the Revival of Comparable Worth (PDF)

CA Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law the Fair Pay Act, reviving the dormant concept of "comparable worth" or "pay equity." Effective Jan. 1, 2016, the Fair Pay Act is launched with the purpose of closing the historic wage gap between women and men.

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Circuit Courts Address Who Is

Circuit Courts Address Who Is "Qualified" under the ADA (PDF)

Although an individual may satisfy the Americans with Disabilities Act definition of disability, that individual is not automatically entitled to the ADA's nondiscrimination employment protections. The individual must satisfy the requirement of being a qualified individual.

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EEOC Proposes Amending GINA Regs for Wellness Plans (PDF)

EEOC Proposes Amending GINA Regs for Wellness Plans (PDF)

Given the present state of the law, there remains legal uncertainty as to how employers should design wellness plans so as not to run afoul of the legal protections of employees.

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FMLA Retaliation Requires

FMLA Retaliation Requires "But For" Causation, Fifth Circuit Decides (PDF)

In 2013 the Supreme Court held in University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar that the "but for" standard of causation is required for Title VII retaliation claims, but courts have struggled to determine whether that standard applies to retaliation claims under other anti-discrimination laws.

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