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Can You Be “Regarded as” Disabled Based on a Potential Future Disability?

Jackson Lewis P.C. • September 16, 2019
This certainly sounds futuristic. (Pun intended.) Still, in a case just decided by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, EEOC v. STME, LLC, the EEOC espoused precisely this position.

Lessons in Drafting and Implementing an Enforceable Mandatory Arbitration Agreement

FordHarrison LLP • September 16, 2019
Recently, the California Supreme Court invalidated a mandatory arbitration agreement in OTO, LLC v. Kho (August 29, 2019) finding the agreement was both procedurally and substantively unconscionable. The case involved arbitration of a former employee’s wage claims. Under California law, employees have access to an inexpensive administrative process to pursue wage disputes. The Court previously had ruled that an arbitration agreement is not categorically unconscionable solely because it entails a waiver of that administrative process. An agreement to arbitrate wage claims can be enforceable so long as it provides an accessible and affordable process for resolving those disputes.

Parental Leave Continuance Policy Rejected

Goldberg Segalla LLP • September 16, 2019
Case management is such an important task for litigators. We must plan how best to utilize the allotted and often limited time provided for each case.
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