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[url=“http://www.elinfonet.com/headcount.php?ID=10669”>United States Supreme Court Employment Law Decisions 2006-2007.</A>
The United States Supreme Court decided several significant employment law cases during the 2006 Term. The Court’s opinions address a number of topics, from the statute of limitations in cases alleging discriminatory pay practices, to the exempt status of home care aides under U.S. Department of Labor regulations. There presently are three important cases on the docket for next Term, summarized below. The Court may add more cases to the docket as the new Term approaches in October 2007).
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<a >Texas Employees May Be Required to Defend Non-Compete Claims In Other States.</A>
In another favorable opinion for employers seeking to enforce non-compete agreements against former employees, the Texas Supreme Court has held that case law barring Texas courts from invoking another state’s law to interpret a Texas employee’s non-compete agreement does not invalidate a clause saying that any lawsuits involving the agreement will be brought in a specified court of another state.
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New York Post - July 16, 2007