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Tag: employment law

Zarda v Altitude Exp Sexual Discrimination_Final_72ppi (1)
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Sex Discrimination in Employment: Zarda, Bostock, and R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes (Decision June 15, 2020)

Does the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protect against employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity?

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Babb+v+Wilkie
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Babb v. Wilkie (Decision April 6, 2020)

How does a federal employee prove causation for an age discrimination claim under the ADEA?

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Union Membership vs Collective Bargaining
Concepts

The Invisible Hand Slaps Millennials in the Face

Reviewing the current state of labor unions and worker protections.

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Fort Bend Co v Davis_final_72ppi
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Fort Bend County v. Davis (Decision June 3, 2019)

Are Title VII charge-filing rules “jurisdictional”?

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BNSFRailwayvLoosDecision
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BNSF Railway v. Loos (Decision March 4, 2019)

Will railroad employees have to help pay taxes on the money they receive if they’re injured at work?

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DawsonvsSteagerDECISION
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Dawson v. Steager (Decision February 20, 2019)

Are retired Federal Marshalls entitled to the same tax benefits as West Virginia State Police Officers and Firefighters?

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MtLemmonvGuidoDecision-scaled
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Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido

State and local employees – regardless of size – must comply with the federal age discrimination law.

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JanusvAFSCMEDecision
Case Explainer

Janus v. AFSCME Union (Decided June 27, 2018)

States cannot require public sector employees to pay union fees.

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WisconsinCentralvUSDecision
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Wisconsin Central Ltd. v. United States (Decided June 21, 2018)

Railroad employees will not get taxed on stock compensation.

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EpicSystemsvLewisDecision
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Epic Systems v. Lewis (Decision May 21, 2018)

Employees can sign away their rights to bring class actions against their employers.

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