Labor & Employment

Opening Statements

Lawyer forms a national group to link food truck associations

National Pulse

Do janitorial firms cash in by misclassifying workers as independent contractors?

Supreme Court Report

Home-care aides don’t owe union fees, but court stops short of overruling a key precedent

Practice Niche

Helping businesses keep employees safe from intimate partner violence on the job

Entertainment & Sports Law

New NFL policy imposes 6-game suspension for domestic or sexual assault, banishment for 2nd offense

Labor & Employment

‘Seismic’ 9th Cir. rulings nix FedEx claim its drivers aren’t employees, could cost company millions

Criminal Justice

Gun instructor killed after girl loses control of Uzi; shooting range operated legally, sheriff says

Lawyer Pay

Foley partner who claimed bias because of lesser pay loses in 6th Circuit

U.S. Supreme Court

Ginsburg: Ferguson turmoil illustrates ‘real racial problem’ in America

Labor & Employment

Home Depot sued over off-site slaying of pregnant woman by her supervisor

Annual Meeting

Employers need policies in place to address domestic violence and stalking, says ABA House

Criminal Justice

Worker who robbed bank of $565K in fake-bomb scenario now faces new charge over disability claim

Labor & Employment

Federal judge nixes $325M settlement by Apple, Google, others in claimed salary-cap conspiracy


ABA, Rocket Lawyer join forces in effort to connect lawyers with small businesses, self-employed

Law Schools

Pay discrimination alleged in prof’s suit against FAMU law school

Labor & Employment

US government violated labor laws when it delayed paychecks during shutdown, judge says

Constitutional Law

Forcing kids to do household chores with beatings isn’t a federal crime, 6th Circuit rules

Health Law

Alzheimer’s patients aren’t liable for injuries to home-care workers, California Supreme Court says

Labor & Employment

LinkedIn settles with feds, agrees to pay nearly $6M in FLSA ‘off the clock’ and overtime case


DC administrative law judges vote to unionize