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After a 2017 that yielded the blockbuster Epic Systems and Janus decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to kick off a new term that could see the justices tackle a growing circuit split on whether federal anti-discrimination law protects gay and transgender workers. Here, Law360 looks at five cert petitions employers should have on their radar.
Dozens of GrubHub Inc. drivers asked an Illinois federal judge to pump the brakes on the restaurant delivery app’s motion to send their proposed class action to arbitration Thursday, arguing that they fall under a transportation worker exemption to federal arbitration law.
A Delaware jury took little more than a hour to find Overstock.com guilty of concealing nearly $3 million in abandoned gift card balances from Delaware’s revenue agency, after a six-day whistleblower trial that could lead to a treble damages sanction.
Revel Systems has agreed to a $2.75 million deal to end claims that the point of sales system company had flouted both federal and state law because it allegedly didn’t properly pay a group of inside sales representatives overtime for a certain period.
Harvard University asked the First Circuit on Friday to affirm that a former associate anthropology professor failed to prove the prestigious school denied her application for tenure because she is a woman and had voiced support for sexual assault victims.