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  • December 03, 2021

    Feds Seek To Stay Order Blocking Contractor Vax Mandate

    The U.S. Department of Justice asked a Kentucky federal judge on Friday evening to hold off blocking President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors while it appeals the order, saying the injunction risks nationwide productivity disruptions.

  • December 03, 2021

    Employment Authority: Omicron Variant & Amazon Vote Redo

    Law360 Employment Authority covers the biggest employment cases and trends. Catch up this week with a look at how a California appellate ruling that was neutralized by a 2020 ballot initiative has nevertheless given courts guidance on worker classification issues, tips for employment lawyers navigating the emergence of the omicron variant of the coronavirus, and takeaways from an NLRB regional official's decision ordering a redo of a representation election earlier this year at an Amazon facility in Alabama. 

  • December 03, 2021

    Calif. Denied Early Win In Bench Trial On Board Diversity Law

    A California judge Friday denied the state's motion for judgment on all claims after a group of taxpayers rested its case in a bench trial challenging a law requiring publicly held corporations to place a minimum number of women on their boards.

  • December 03, 2021

    California Pizza Kitchen Ex-Employees Sue After Data Breach

    Two former employees of California Pizza Kitchen Inc. are at risk of fraud and identity theft after a cyberattack that exposed the Social Security numbers of more than 100,000 people, a new suit filed in California federal court claims.

  • December 03, 2021

    LSU Employee's Racketeering Claim Cut From Retaliation Suit

    A Louisiana State University employee who says she was retaliated against for reporting sex-harassment allegations against a former football coach waited too long to bring the bulk of her civil racketeering claims targeting the school, its employees and its lawyers from Taylor Porter Brooks & Phillips LLP, a federal judge said Thursday.

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