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Please Release Me: New California Civil Code Section 1542 Release Language Effective January 1, 2019
California employers entering into severance or settlement agreements will want to be aware of the amendment to California Civil Code Section 1542.
United States
4 Feb 2019
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First Circuit Refuses To Recognize A Section 1981 Private Right Of Action For Damages Against State Actors
In a recent decision, Buntin v. City of Boston, the First Circuit Court of Appeals held that there is no implied private right of action for damages against state actors under 42 U.S.C. Section 1981.
United States
8 Jun 2017
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New Jersey Court Strikes Down ‘Ambiguous' Jury-Waiver Agreement
New Jersey employers wishing to have employees sign jury-waiver agreements should take note of a recent Appellate Division decision, Noren v. Heartland Payment Systems, Inc...
United States
10 Mar 2017
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Arizona Judge Finds Standing Is A Must For Serial ADA Plaintiff, Dismisses More Than 1,100 Cases
An Arizona judge dismissed more than 1,100 lawsuits against Arizona businesses alleging that their parking lots are not accessible to persons with disabilities.
United States
2 Mar 2017
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Federal Appeals Court Resists Categorizing "Sexual Stereotyping" Claim As Violation Of Title VII
Under Title VII, an unlawful employment practice is established when an employee demonstrates that gender is a motivating factor for an adverse employment action.
United States
23 Aug 2012
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First Circuit Limits Ability To Avoid Class-Wide Arbitration
The First Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision that has a significant impact on the ability of employers to avoid class-wide arbitration.
United States
23 Aug 2012
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No-Fault Liability Extended To Independent Contractors
The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an independent contractor may be held liable for a violation on mine property "even if the contractor was not at fault".
United States
3 May 2012
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