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A recent agency ruling dismantling the immigration judges' union has left judges more vulnerable to political influences, but with numerous competing priorities in Washington, proponents still face slim odds in the fight to establish an independent immigration court system.
A Texas A&M employee has sued the university and her former supervisor, who was arrested on suspicion of secretly recording women using the restroom, claiming her employer did not stop him from sexually harassing her or properly investigate the incident.
A computer crime law whose scope has been hotly debated since it was passed in 1984 will be in the limelight Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether a Georgia police officer violated federal law by abusing his access to an online government database. Here's a breakdown of three key questions that may arise and could decide where the court ultimately comes down.
A former secretary at Hartline Barger LLP has sued the firm in Texas federal court, alleging she was wrongfully terminated and suffered abusive behavior after requesting an earlier work schedule to receive treatment for breast cancer.
Walgreens and a class of workers have received a California federal judge's approval for their $4.5 million settlement to resolve claims that the pharmacy chain broke Golden State labor law by not paying all wages to employees at its distribution centers.