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The Fourth Circuit on Thursday rejected a security officer’s bid to revive claims that he was racially harassed by coworkers who made him carry a noose and created a mock Ku Klux Klan hood, saying the company took reasonable measures to correct the hostile behavior after becoming aware of it.
The Sixth Circuit on Thursday largely let stand a Kentucky federal court decision that ended a wage suit alleging that an information technology consulting firm underpaid workers for travel time, reviving only the claims of one worker who was initially paid full wages for travel before his pay was scaled back.
Mandalay Bay, MGM and Live Nation are facing a putative class action filed in California court that accuses the venue and organizers of the Route 91 Harvest country music festival of failing to provide sufficient security the night of the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history.
Volkswagen Group of America Inc. is misapplying a new National Labor Relations Board ruling on a proposed bargaining unit to bolster the automaker's challenge to a micro-unit of Tennessee maintenance workers, an NLRB attorney told the D.C. Circuit on Thursday.
The Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals on Wednesday upheld a U.S. Department of Labor denial of a request to hire seasonal construction workers because the employer failed to establish it had posted ads in local newspapers before seeking foreign seasonal workers, as required.