Law360 (October 29, 2018, 5:22 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court turned away five employment-related cases Monday, including a startup's request that the court look at sanctions imposed in a trade secrets case and a minister's bid to revive his bias suit against New York Methodist Hospital.
The rejections leave in place a Ninth Circuit ruling affirming the dismissal of Indiezone Inc.'s trade secrets suit against former workers after it used a "sham" business to evade an arbitration agreement, and a split Second Circuit ruling that former NYMH chaplain Marlon Penn is blocked from suing by the so-called ministerial exception, which exempts religious employers from some claims....
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