Archive: Tag: supreme court

What’s the Equality Act?

Some big news in employment law happened when the Equality Act passed in the House of Representatives.  Although the Equality Act passed in the House of Representatives before, it unfortunately never made it further than that. Both versions of the Equality Act are essentially the same and set out to accomplish the same goal:expanding anti-discrimination […]

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Can My Employer Enforce My Arbitration Clause? Supreme Court Says Yes

Early this week, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that arbitration clauses in individual employment contracts are enforceable against employees seeking to bring class-action lawsuits. This ruling will have an immediate, profound impact, and will alter the way employment attorneys like myself will be able to seek remedies in certain claims. For example, […]

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