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Winning the Battle but Losing the War in FMLA Cases

The FMLA allows for two different theories of recovery-interference and retaliation. Interference is when an employer denies an FMLA benefit to which an employee is entitled and of which the employee provided notice. Retaliation is when an employee's use of a protected FMLA right causes an employer's...

Horseshoes, hand grenades and....FMLA eligibility?

And here I thought close only counted in the first two... Who knew that close enough is good enough under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) when meeting the 1,250-hour eligibility requirement? Apparently, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in this recent decision . In Donnelly v. Greenburgh...