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Quest Diagnostics doesn't have to face a lawsuit brought by a temporary Amazon employee who was not hired for a permanent position after failing a drug test, a Pennsylvania federal judge ruled on Friday, saying Quest had no duty to report his medical marijuana license to his employer.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is planning to propose new rules on board diversity and climate change disclosures this fall and make proposals on special purpose acquisition companies the following spring, according to an agenda released Friday.
Law360 Employment Authority covers the biggest employment cases and trends. Catch up this week with tips for employers to combat the gender wage gap, a hint that the Labor Department's overtime rule may come back to life, and the ongoing debate over gig economy workers' rights to unionize.
The Federal Communications Commission has ordered a local phone carrier to repay millions of dollars it charged AT&T and Verizon for directing callers to highly trafficked conference calling services.
Two Extended Stay America Inc. stockholders have sued in Delaware's Chancery Court for documents on a planned $6 billion sale of the 652-hotel chain to funds managed by Blackstone Group and Starwood Capital, saying insider self-interest and buyer clout may have tainted the deal.