A Third Circuit panel on Monday reversed a National Labor Relations Board ruling that a nonprofit nudged workers to rebuke their union before withdrawing recognition, with one member going on to question limits on courts' power to review board rulings.
The U.S. Department of Labor's proposed rule raising the salary threshold for exempting employees from overtime under federal law landed at the White House's Office of Management and Budget, signaling that the rule's final version might be forthcoming.
A bill proposed in New Jersey would make it the latest state in a growing body of jurisdictions that are lowering a legal hurdle that workers lodging sexual harassment suits must clear to get their claims before a jury, a trend experts say has its roots in the #MeToo movement.
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Following the Biden administration's executive order on artificial intelligence, employers using or considering ar... (more story)
In Tynes v. Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed that the McDonnell Douglas test ... (more story)
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A Kansas federal judge should decide whether Yellow Corp.'s $137 million lawsuit against the Teamsters can survive the union's dismissal bid before making the union produce more documents, the Teamsters said, ... (more story)
A United Auto Workers affiliate is aiming to represent more than 3,000 non-tenure-track lecturers, researchers and other workers at Harvard University, the union announced Monday, highlighting concerns over jo... (more story)
The National Labor Relations Board should face sanctions for claiming an International Union of Operating Engineers affiliate hadn't challenged the lawfulness of a punch-in policy for strike replacements, the ... (more story)
The National Labor Relations Board has asked the D.C. Circuit to continue adjudicating Google's challenge to the unionization of its subsidiary YouTube Music, urging the court to reject the company's bid to tr... (more story)
The D.C. Circuit found Friday that a rehabilitation facility was within its rights under federal labor law to distribute flyers during a union drive, departing from the National Labor Relations Board's conclus... (more story)
Dartmouth College urged the National Labor Relations Board to hold off on a scheduled union vote among its men's basketball players, saying an agency official grossly misapplied federal law and ignored precede... (more story)
In the coming week, attorneys should watch for oral arguments at the California Supreme Court in a case dealing with the standard for penalties for "knowing and intentional" wage statement violations. Here's a... (more story)
The Eleventh Circuit on Monday refused to let Florida start enforcing a law that prevents employers from requiring workers to attend diversity trainings that promote various sex- and race-based concepts, rejec... (more story)
Massachusetts' highest court ruled Monday that an employee's refusal of the COVID-19 vaccine for religious reasons can be grounds for dismissal, but not for stripping them of unemployment benefits.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is unlikely to get a $26 million funding boost that President Joe Biden requested for the agency, with a bipartisan congressional budget deal leaving the bias w... (more story)
The NFL's reasoning in moving to dismiss reporter Jim Trotter's discrimination and retaliation lawsuit "is way off the mark," and the motion itself "is more notable for what it ignores than what it states,'' T... (more story)
U.S. Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito objected Monday to their colleagues' decision to dismiss as moot claims that Virginia Tech's now-defunct protocol for reporting controversial speech... (more story)
A North Dakota federal judge said Monday a Christian business group's members no longer have to provide coverage for gender transition care because it violates their religious beliefs, granting the group a key... (more story)
JPMorgan Chase can't push into arbitration a former branch manager's claims not related to her wage and hour ones because it failed to timely pay the arbitration fees, a California federal judge ruled.
Elon Musk fired four top Twitter executives just minutes after he closed on his deal to buy the company, now called X Corp., to avoid paying them $200 million in severance benefits, they told a California fede... (more story)
Counsel for Uber drivers told a federal jury in Philadelphia on Monday that the ride-hailing company saved big on labor costs by misclassifying them as independent contractors instead of employees entitled to benefits.
Rules in California and Washington that require rest and meal breaks for workers may once again apply to commercial truck and bus drivers if the U.S. Department of Transportation moves forward with proposals t... (more story)
A New York City restaurant group and a worker who said she was denied all the tips guaranteed to her under the Fair Labor Standards Act asked a New York federal court on Monday to sign off on a $16,000 settlem... (more story)
A certified class of migrant sugarcane farmworkers under the H-2A visa program asked an Arkansas federal judge to partly rule in their favor in a wage dispute set for an April jury trial, saying payroll record... (more story)
An Ohio-based metal parts manufacturer and a pair of workers who alleged they were stiffed for untaken breaks and time spent changing into safety gear told an Ohio federal court Monday that they had resolved t... (more story)
Alston & Bird LLP and a former diversity and inclusion administrator who agreed to end unpaid overtime claims might face contempt rulings after they disregarded the court's requests to submit a settlement agre... (more story)
Regal Cinemas can't ditch a lawsuit alleging the movie theater chain violated a worker's rights under Illinois' biometric privacy law by collecting fingerprint scans without informed consent, an Illinois feder... (more story)
Legal case acquisition marketing company Tort Experts LLC has sued a former senior vice president of marketing in Colorado federal court for allegedly sharing screenshots of the company's internal systems, pri... (more story)
A Swedish music producer's takeover, a proposed award payable in Tesla shares, Truth Social stock squabbles, and an unusually blunt slap down from the bench added up to an especially colorful week in Delaware'... (more story)