Labor & Employment

McDonald’s sued by former employees over ‘racist’ franchise in Virginia


Widow of longtime FedEx worker sues over denial of spouse’s pension benefits

Supreme Court Report

Court to weigh whether employers must accommodate pregnant workers with the same limits as others


2nd Circuit says judge abused discretion by denying attorney fees in ERISA case

U.S. Supreme Court

Suit over 401(k) losses in employer’s own stock gets SCOTUS review

Religious Law

Contraceptive mandate blocked by 7th Circuit

Trials & Litigation

After former friend’s tip-off, onetime BigLaw partner loses disability benefits

Labor & Employment

Strippers are club employees and should be paid minimum wage, federal judge rules

Military Law

Federal judge rules military can’t deny survivor benefits to veteran’s same-sex spouse


Cozen partner’s surviving same-sex spouse gets her law firm profit-sharing fund, federal judge rules


Law prof plans to release survey of 401(k) fees via Twitter

Bankruptcy Law

Detroit bankruptcy unconstitutional, judge rules in pension case

Labor & Employment

Drug testing as a condition for unemployment benefits supported by some lawmakers

Business of Law

Law firm resolves ERISA case, must repay $1M in worker retirement assets


Work on Your Retirement Plans: Choices Depend on Firm Size and Income

U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice Criticizes ‘Disingenuous’ Characterization of Administration Flip-Flops

Verdicts & Settlements

Unit of Bank of New York Mellon to Pay $210M Settlement for Madoff Investor Advice

Labor & Employment

What Do DOMA Decisions Mean for Employment Law?


The Next Chapter: Municipalities Are Using Chapter 9 to Fend Off Creditors


Retired BigLaw Attorneys Embrace New Clients in People-Oriented Public Service Jobs