Twenty minutes past deadline, Comair and its pilots union reached a provisional truce early Tuesday morning, with the bankrupt airline agreeing to delay the wage cuts and other concessions it planned to impose.
Lionel LLC has asked the bankruptcy court for a fourth extension of its exclusive right to file a reorganization plan, as the toy train maker continues to await the outcome of a key trade secrets battle.
When the employment group at law firm Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP encounters complex litigation it gets a boost by teaming up with litigators from other practice groups, according to William C. Martucci, the group’s chair.
Dell Inc. has accused a group of former employees of trampling the computer giant’s intellectual property and violating their employment agreements through a widespread scheme to illegally resell Dell hardware.
A federal jury on Monday ordered drug maker Abbott Laboratories Inc. to pay $6 million to a former employee who sued the company for alleged age and disability discrimination after she was fired.
A pair of labor unions has objected to the $157 million sale of bankrupt Dana Corp.’s engine hard parts business, saying buyer Mahle GmbH might not honor retiree benefits.
The former general counsel for McAfee Inc., who has been caught up in the options backdating whirlwind that has engulfed the company, may face criminal charges by federal prosecutors as early as this week.
A U.S. Marine Corps. reserve who twice left his job to serve overseas is suing Exxon Mobil Oil Corp., alleging the company treated him unfairly when he returned to his job as an apprentice.
A federal appeals court panel has overturned a cease and desist order against the U.S. Postal Service in Waco, Texas, for being overly broad.
The largest publicly traded companies were forced to file fewer financial restatements in 2006 than the previous year while smaller companies filed more than ever, according to a recent report.
Some companies embroiled in the options backdating scandal will get off scot free, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has admitted.
Yet another broker has joined the fight for overtime compensation, slapping A.G. Edwards & Sons Inc. with a suit alleging that the firm failed to pay him and others for overtime hours they worked.
A group of sales representatives from Dell Inc.’s Oregon call center filed suit against the company Thursday, alleging the national computer retailer violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by failing to accurately log employees’ hours and pay them for overtime.
Abercrombie & Fitch Stores Inc. has been hit with a proposed collective action suit by a former management trainee who claims the clothing retailer violated the law by not paying federally mandated overtime rates.
Everything may be bigger in Texas, but law firm Haynes & Boone LLP has worked to make sure that labor and employment litigation issues in the Lone Star State stay small.
In a blow to Indian tribes’ sovereignty across the United States, an appeals court has found that an affluent Southern California tribe is subject to federal labor law.
The recent tribulations of BP Plc in the United States have endangered CEO Lord John Browne’s pay. Two large shareholders filed a suit on Friday asking the court to freeze his $140 million severance package because it is undeserved and excessive.
A group of employees has sued the nuclear station where they worked and the union that represented them, claiming they tried to trick workers into retiring before a new, more beneficial collective bargaining agreement took effect.
Resorts International Hotel Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Morgan Stanley alleging the firm used its chief executive to acquire a site to build an Atlantic City casino, interfering with Resorts’ chance to develop a casino itself.
Unsuspecting employees faced with hefty tax bills for backdated stock options have been offered a reprieve by the taxman.