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Why Minor League Labor Negotiations Will Be Complicated

Despite the Major League Baseball voluntarily recognizing the recently announced Minor League Baseball union and a... (more story)

DOJ Deals Showcase Job Ad Bias Enforcement Trends

Over the past four months, the U.S. Department of Justice has settled 20 claims related to job ad discrimination t... (more story)

Recent Cases Guide On Use Of Experts In Employment Trials

Experts can help judges and juries understand a range of issues in employment litigation, from statistical data to... (more story)

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Profs, Labor Groups Defend NYC Just Cause Law At 2nd Circ.

A group of labor law professors and a coalition of worker advocacy groups urged the Second Circuit to strike down a challenge to a New York City law that provides just-cause job protections to some fast food workers.

NLRB Nixes Union Ouster Vote At NY Scrap Metal Co.

The National Labor Relations Board on Friday tossed a bid to decertify a union at a western New York scrap metal recycling company, saying the company committed labor law violations that made workers see their... (more story)

Two NLRB members say they're amenable to reconsidering a pair of board decisions that expanded employers' rights to alter workplace conditions without bargaining. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
NLRB Members Would Rethink Management Rights Expansion

A Puerto Rico hospital unlawfully cut about 350 workers' hours without negotiating with their union, the National Labor Relations Board ruled in an opinion that indicated two board members' openness to revisit... (more story)

NLRB Says Production Worker Filed Charge Too Late

The National Labor Relations Board said Friday that a unionized worker waited too long to accuse a Las Vegas production company of not employing him again because of his union activities, with dissenting membe... (more story)

Aircraft Co. Says Union Filed Grievance After Agreeing Not To

The military aircraft manufacturer Bell Textron Inc. sued a United Auto Workers local in Texas federal court for challenging a former employee's exit from the company, saying the union agreed not to file griev... (more story)

NLRB Orders Colo. Hospital To Bargain With Nurses Union

A Colorado hospital violated the National Labor Relations Act by refusing to bargain with a nurses union, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Friday, ordering the hospital to begin negotiations but holdin... (more story)

NLRB Panel Split Over Hotel's Obligations To Housekeepers

Housekeepers at an Alaska Hilton hotel lost out on potential bonuses when the hotel underwent renovations that made it harder for the employees to exceed their work quotas, a split National Labor Relations Boa... (more story)

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EEOC Weekly Recap: New Cases Surge As Fiscal Year Ends

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission wrapped up its fiscal year with a bang, filing over two dozen new discrimination lawsuits across the country over the past few days, against employers including... (more story)

CBD Cos. Urge 2nd Circ. To Toss Racketeering Claim

Three CBD companies have urged the Second Circuit to uphold a lower court's ruling that tossed RICO claims brought by a former trucker who allegedly lost his job after consuming a product containing detectable... (more story)

A New York federal judge ruled that former Fox News co-host Andrea Tantaros cannot pursue a sexual harassment case in court instead of arbitration. (Joe Kohen/WireImage via Getty Images)
NY Law Can't Save Fox News Sex Bias Suit From Arbitration

A New York federal judge on Friday rejected a former Fox News co-host's push to pursue a sexual harassment case in court instead of arbitration, ruling that a #MeToo-era Empire State ban on mandatory arbitrati... (more story)

Law360's The Term: A New Normal For The Supreme Court?

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares for the 2022-2023 term with a slate of new blockbuster cases, the fallout from last term's Dobbs decision and its leaked draft is still reverberating. And while pandemic-era ... (more story)

NY Forecast: College Office Harassment Suit At 2nd Circ.

The Second Circuit is scheduled next week to consider an attempt by a group of former Berkeley College admissions office workers to revive their lawsuit claiming they were fired after they complained about a c... (more story)

8th Circ. Upholds Worker's Firing Over Bathroom Spy Cam

The Eighth Circuit refused Friday to revive a suit from a Black nursing assistant who said he was fired for complaining about race bias, saying he hadn't rebutted his employer's claim that he had been fired fo... (more story)

Calif. Forecast: Facebook Discrimination Suit Could Get Ax

In the coming week, attorneys should keep an eye out for a potential tossing of a proposed citizenship discrimination class action against Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc. Here's a look at that case and othe... (more story)

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Redgrave Wants Ex-Atty's Suit Over Arbitration Row Tossed

Redgrave LLP has asked a California federal judge to ax a suit from a former partner seeking to avoid arbitrating claims for unpaid bonuses and back pay, arguing that a separate suit the firm filed to force ar... (more story)

No Signs Of Supreme Court's Conservatives Slowing Down

The U.S. Supreme Court's last term was considered by many to be the most consequential in a generation as the court's conservative justices delivered key victories on abortion and guns. But one quick glance at... (more story)

A group of 7-Eleven franchisees asked a Massachusetts federal judge to issue a separate order finalizing his decision that store owners are not employees under Massachusetts law. (Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
7-Eleven Franchisees Eye Quick Appeal In Employment Case

A group of 7-Eleven franchisees is asking a Massachusetts federal judge to finalize a ruling that the franchisees are independent contractors and not employees under state law so that they can quickly appeal the decision.

Tellers Accuse JPMorgan Of Paying Lower OT Rates

JPMorgan Chase fails to apply overtime multipliers to nondiscretionary bonuses it pays bank tellers, two workers alleged in a proposed class and collective action filed in New York federal court.

How Well Do You Know Supreme Court History?

As the U.S. Supreme Court kicks off its October 2022 term, it's the perfect time to dive into the court's history. Law360 will try to stump you with this 10-question quiz about the court. 

Ex-Rutgers Law Fundraising Exec Launches Equal Pay Suit

A former law school fundraising executive has slammed Rutgers University with a gender discrimination and equal pay lawsuit in New Jersey state court alleging she was improperly paid less than a male counterpa... (more story)

Mass. Law Doesn't Spare Drivers From Arbitrating OT Fight

Two drivers must arbitrate their claims that a last-mile delivery company misclassified them as independent contractors and dodged providing them overtime pay, a Virginia federal judge ruled, saying that Massa... (more story)