Top 15 High Court Employment Rulings Of The Past 15 Years
Law360, New York (July 1, 2015, 7:50 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court has handed down a bevy of opinions in labor and employment cases since 2000, tackling everything from the nuances of discrimination law to class action requirements to the validity of presidential recess appointments and underscoring the significance of workplace law to the American economy.
The healthy crop of decisions "evidences a great interest and focus by the Supreme Court on labor and employment decisions," said Littler Mendelson PC shareholder Ilyse Schuman. "Everyone has employees, so the court itself sees these as having broad application, and in many ways, the statutes themselves are not clear," she said....
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