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The Seventh Circuit's recent decision in Groshek v. Time Warner Cable is a valuable win for employers, as it provides important guidance as to what does not constitute a concrete injury with respect to the Fair Credit Reporting Act standalone disclosure rule, say attorneys with Proskauer Rose LLP.
As August winds down and summer interns transition back to school, some of the workplaces that welcomed interns last spring may wonder if they might face a lawsuit for wages and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act. While such lawsuits were trending just a few years ago, several court rulings have put a damper on such litigation, says Shlomo Katz of Brown Rudnick LLP.
The Fourth Circuit on Thursday shut down a human resources director’s retaliation and sex discrimination case against government contractor Sciences and Engineering Services LLC, finding she hadn’t proven she was fired for trying to end discriminatory practices at the company.
The NFL on Thursday opposed a motion made by an attorney representing former football players in the concussion settlement class in Pennsylvania federal court asking for a yearlong extension for “institutionalized” ex-players to register for potential settlement benefits, arguing that the settlement already allows such late claims for “good cause.”
A finance employee of a Miami-based onboard retailer for cruise ships owned by LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE was slapped with criminal charges in Florida federal court on Wednesday accusing her of a fraud scheme to steal more than $2.6 million from her company.