by Arthur Silbergeld and Jessica Boar of Bingham McCutchen
Counsel for Plaintiffs' time before the Supreme Court during
oral argument on Tuesday morning probably felt more like years than an
hour. The Court pounded Plaintiffs'
LexisNexis Overview: Terminated
employee who was fired three weeks after his fiancee filed a sex discrimination
charge against their employer was well within the zone of interests sought to
be protected by Title VII. Therefore, he was a person aggrieved...
On this edition, Douglas Weiner, Senior Trial Counsel in the Labor and Employment practice in Epstein Becker & Green's New York office, discusses new DOL initiatives, including increased funding and hiring, and provides tips for employers in handling...
Andrew M. Schpak, Esq. served as a panelist on a
CLE regarding the Legal and Practical Implications of Disability Law at the ABA
YLD/GP/Solo Joint 2010 Spring Meeting in Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands. Here he
summarizes his presentation.
by Tyler M. Paetkau
Given California's broad prohibition against
post-employment covenants not to compete, is it be possible for California
employers to pay soon-to-be-former employees to sit on the sidelines for a
brief period of time, such...
In this Emerging Issues Commentary, Arthur Silbergeld and Jessica Boar discuss the recent Class Action Based on Decentralized Decision-Making: Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes Excerpt:
On December 6, 2010, the Supreme Court granted Wal-Mart's petition...
LexisNexis Overview: Where a vice president fired an employee who was a
member of the United States Army Reserve, the employer was not entitled to
judgment as a matter of law regarding the "cat's paw" discrimination
claim under USERRA...