Labor & Employment

Labor & Employment

2nd Circuit says 2 judges used wrong test in deciding high-profile cases over unpaid internships

Law Firms

Appeals court rules for Womble Carlyle in disability suit by former employee

Trials & Litigation

Ex-worker wins $18M in suit against CEO over blog posts; law prof’s case is still pending

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS to consider First Amendment rights of public workers forced to pay for collective bargaining

Labor & Employment

Obama announces new overtime rules in op-ed; 5 million people are expected to benefit

In-House Counsel

Suit by former in-house lawyer claims Broadcom executives ‘degrade and objectify women’

Privacy Law

Worker who claimed law firm released her private video of sex harassment loses appeal

Work/Life Balance

Too busy to take time off? The workcation may be for you

Trials & Litigation

Jury awards $2.2M to 2 workers who sued over DNA tests to ID ‘devious defecator’

Trials & Litigation

Judge says Ellen Pao owes $276K to venture capital firm in sex-discrimination case

Corporate Law

Uber driver is employee, not independent contractor, California Labor Commission says

Law Firms

Complaints about crotch-touching lawyer led to staffer’s firing, suit says

Internet Law

Judge OKs consolidated suit over theft of Sony ex-workers’ personal info

Labor & Employment

FedEx will pay $227M to settle suits alleging it misclassified its delivery drivers

Legal Ethics

Lawyers disqualified from suit after claims they schemed with client to make secret sex video

Labor & Employment

Colorado worker who used medical pot isn’t protected from firing, state supreme court says

Law Schools

Law school applications continue to fall

Labor & Employment

US military bans discrimination based on sexual orientation

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to consider class certification when each plaintiff is deemed average

Business of Law

Littler is hiring for new Kansas City admin center as it lays off 113 staffers in San Francisco