A U.S. appeals court on Friday reversed a National Labor
Relations Board decision that said an oil company was required
to turn over information to its employees' union about work it
A federal judge in Philadelphia has ruled that recent U.S.
Department of Labor guidance giving employers more leeway to pay
workers the tipped minimum wage for nontipped tasks is
"unreasonable," and did not replace an older standard criticized
by business groups.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday said workers suing for
wage-and-hour violations do not have to prove they were a
company's employees instead of independent contractors for
courts to have jurisdiction over their claims, and revived a
lawsuit by exotic dancers in Arizona.
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that employers
may require workers to sign arbitration agreements in response
to class-action lawsuits and fire them if they refuse to sign.
Two married former Jones Day associates who met while
clerking at the U.S. Supreme Court have filed a lawsuit accusing
the firm of discriminating against new fathers by granting women
eight more weeks of paid parental leave.
The U.S. Department of Labor on Wednesday proposed a rule
that it said would clarify existing exemptions from
anti-discrimination laws for religious employers who contract
with the government, drawing rebukes from civil rights and LGBT
The largest federal employee union filed a lawsuit on
Tuesday claiming a federal agency's legal guidance unlawfully
restricts workers' rights to voice their opinions on Trump
administration policies and the president's potential
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday signed a sweeping
bill that will make it easier for workers in the state to sue
for sexual harassment and win their cases.
Troutman Sanders and a former partner have been sued by a
legal secretary who claims the attorney offered to be her "sugar
daddy" and that she was forced to quit her job after she
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday said college
football players are not employees of the National Collegiate
Athletic Association (NCAA) and its conferences, and are not
owed minimum wage and overtime pay.