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  • Do I Need to Take My Case to Court?
    Do I Need to Take My Case to Court?

    From business litigation to personal injury claims , the go-to solution for legal disputes on most people’s minds is to head to the courtroom and allow a judge or jury to figure out the resolution. ...

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  • California Supreme Court Hears Meal And Rest Break Case - Brinker v. Superior Court - Could Affect Workers Across The Country
    California Supreme Court Hears Meal And Rest Break Case - Brinker v. Superior Court - Could Affect Workers Across The Country

    A case being considered by the California Supreme Court has the potential to affect meal and rest breaks for all nonunion employees. At issue in Brinker v. Superior Court is whether an employer must ...

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  • Police And Firefighters Entitled To Overtime Based On How They Divide Their Duties At Work
    Police And Firefighters Entitled To Overtime Based On How They Divide Their Duties At Work

    A recent 11th Circuit case has determined that employees who spend time on both firefighting and law enforcement duties are entitled to overtime based on how they divide their time on each duty. ...

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  • College Athletes Determined to Be Employees By NLRB
    College Athletes Determined to Be Employees By NLRB

    Recently, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the college football players at Northwestern should be considered “employees” of the University and entitled to organize. This decision may have ...

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  • Vegas Casino Case- Smith v. Wynn - Finds Tip- Sharing Policies Violate State Law
    Vegas Casino Case- Smith v. Wynn - Finds Tip- Sharing Policies Violate State Law

    A recent case out of Las Vegas places the tip sharing policies of some high profile casinos under intense scrutiny. At issue – a tip sharing policy that requires Las Vegas Strip casino workers to ...

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  • Supreme Court To Determine Whether Employees Are Protected From Retaliation For Making Oral Complaints
    Supreme Court To Determine Whether Employees Are Protected From Retaliation For Making Oral Complaints

    As the new Supreme Court session gets under way, an important case for worker’s rights will be determined. In Kasten v. Saint-Gobain , the Court will examine the issue of retaliation as it relates to ...

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