Labor & Employment

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Labor & Employment

Fox News CEO steps down two weeks after he is sued for alleged sexual harassment

Entertainment & Sports Law

Tom Brady won’t appeal Deflategate suspension; will the players association seek cert?

Law Firms

Former Nixon Peabody associate is awarded $266K in suit claiming bonus underpayment

Entertainment & Sports Law

Tom Brady loses bid for en banc review in Deflategate suspension

Trials & Litigation

Gretchen Carlson files sex harassment suit against Fox News chief Roger Ailes in New Jersey court

Labor & Employment

First settlement reached for EEOC case alleging sexual-orientation discrimination

Legal Ethics

Judge blocks new ‘persuader rule’ requiring disclosure of lawyer advice to employers on union issues

Labor & Employment

Divorced and separated people are protected by marital discrimination law, top state court rules

Law Firms

Suit says Jones Day manager was micromanaged and laid off after pregnancy leave

Criminal Justice

Two lawyers and housekeeper are indicted in connection with sex tape of Waffle House CEO

Laywer Pay

Suit by lawyer for startup claims he received zilch for his work as general counsel

Labor & Employment

Law360 settles state AG probe, will stop requiring new editorial hires to sign noncompete agreements

Careers

Advantaged women are more likely to work full-time, study says: Are better work policies the answer?

Labor & Employment

Cost-of-living adjustments not guaranteed for public pensioners, says NJ Supreme Court

Labor & Employment

Illinois attorney general sues Jimmy John’s over noncompete clauses for low-wage workers

Labor & Employment

Court awards over $500K in wrongful dismissal case to rogue trader who cost bank nearly $7B

Labor & Employment

Fired by feds over critical op-eds, former Gitmo chief prosecutor settles free-speech case for $100K

Law Firms

Bias claims against Mintz Levin are revived; associate had searched computer system for evidence

Labor & Employment

Lawyer banned by fitness club had no standing to complain about retaliation, says appeals court

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court ruled for postal worker in dispute over time limit for constructive discharge claim
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