https://l2slegal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/logo-orig.png 0 0 Bill C. Berger https://l2slegal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/logo-orig.png Bill C. Berger2020-05-26 03:01:492020-05-08 15:04:27Supreme Court reaffirms importance of “but-for” analysis in certain kinds of discrimination claims against private employers
Tag Archive for: causation
prot First Circuit tax reform tolling Dodd-Frank audit Wisconsin Michigan volunteer Masterpiece Cakeshop intervening act interactive process transfer national origin professional Purple Communications Massachusetts duty of fair representation DFR profanity temporal proximity person severance narcotics Persuader surveillance coercion PEO Denver Morgan honest belief doctrine mistake expression limit segregate classify fair chance lit holds advice of counsel restraining orders temporary restraining orders punitive damages damages enterprise Bill Johnson decertification COBRA solicitation opinion letters layoffs furloughs neutrality hair corporate veil alter ego 1981 theft but for causation pattern or practice Proposition 118 Controlling Employer contracto relig leav blue pencil USERRA economic loss rule Delaware excessive fines Obamacare False Claims Act DHS data privacy Pennsylvania hospital Connecticut substance abuse Maine Eighth Amendment Rule 23 franchise background checks ICRAA Fourth Circuit New Jersey off the clock mediation government contractors Department of Labor state law claims interns shifting positions shifting reasons injunctions New York injunctive relief preliminary injunctions spoliation indefinite leave legislation releases email child labor sex stereotype exhaust access right to work FAMLI ministerial exemption dismiss motivating factor settlement agreement attorney fees covenant affirmative defense healthcare negligence privacy USCIS E-Verify drug tests Fifth Circuit separation agreements unilateral changes OFCCP prevailing wage Weingarten transgender subpoena Second Circuit Colorado; pleadings Pleadings Eighth Circuit FCRA statute of limitations negotiations micro units health insurance remedies Seventh Circuit handbill bonus property access training equal employment opportunity picket concerted jurisdiction Charge of Discrimination workers compensation election rules ERISA Social media D.C. Circuit WARN adverse employment action Eleventh Circuit dues Executive Order deferral hiring breaks ADEA Third Circuit Sixth Circuit policies handbooks investigations pretext EEO-1 marijuana wage statement First Amendment notice trade secrets pay pay history Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions protected I-9 summary judgment hostile work environment Constitution Ninth Circuit section 7 class actions ban the box free speech vacation confidentiality speech posting paid time-off Colorado Supreme Court Chevron deference pay equity non-solicits tips Colorado Court of Appeals unemployment independent contractor tip credit non-competes sexual orientation General Counsel EEO wage theft litigation PTO OSHA nondisclosure leave equal pay act arbitration COMPS order FMLA wage order reasonable accommodation sick California religious liberty discrimination religion disability sexual harassment arbitration agreements unions ADA joint employer retaliation sick leave CDLE Supreme Court FLSA DOL Tenth Circuit wage claims minimum wage EEOC overtime Colorado Title VII NLRA NLRB coronavirus
L2S Legal, LLC
William “Bill” C. Berger, Esq.
Contact L2S Today