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  • Ministerial Exception Applies to All Title VII Claims
    Ministerial Exception Applies to All Title VII Claims

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination in the workplace on several bases including race, color, sex, national origin, and religion. Title VII laws apply to all ...

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  • Pharmaceutical Reps Not Exempt Under The FLSA
    Pharmaceutical Reps Not Exempt Under The FLSA

    In a recent decision , the Second Circuit determined that Novartis Pharmaceutical Corps representatives were not covered by the “outside sales” exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act and hence, ...

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  • Court Rejects Argument Of Age Bias
    Court Rejects Argument Of Age Bias

    As the population ages, and the economy continues to languish, more and more older Americans are putting off retirement and continuing to remain in the workplace. While many of these individuals offer ...

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  • Can A Fiancé Bring A Third Party Retaliation Claim?
    Can A Fiancé Bring A Third Party Retaliation Claim?

    At the end of its 2009-2010 term, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review the circumstances under which a third party may bring an action for retaliation . Specifically, the Court has agreed to review ...

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  • Dominos Pizza Delivery Drivers Similarly Situated Under The FLSADominos Pizza Delivery Drivers Similarly Situated Under The FLSA
    Dominos Pizza Delivery Drivers Similarly Situated Under The FLSADominos Pizza Delivery Drivers Similarly Situated Under The FLSA

    A Minnesota court recently determined that a pizza delivery driver for “Domino’s Pizza” is similarly situated with nearly 22,000 current and former delivery drivers. As a result, the Domino’s employee ...

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