Michelle Phillips discusses the potential impact a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found an assistant football coach’s First Amendment rights were infringed upon when he was suspended for publicly praying after football games could have on religious rights in the workplace “Discrimination Litigation Trends To Watch In 2022’s 2nd Half,” published by Law360.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a forceful rebuke against what it found to be agency overreach. West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency, No. 20-1530 (June 30, 2022).
The U.S. Supreme Court concluded a blockbuster 2022 term, with several opinions that will have a direct and immediate impact on employers.
Sid Lewis, a partner and leader of the Labor & Employment Practice Group in the New Orleans office, was recently quoted in the article “Do Starbucks, Amazon unionizations point to a coming trend?” published by Human Resource Executive.
FordHarrison Accolades & Additions: Second Quarter 2022
Early-career connections can be life-defining. For young people entering the work force today, the connections over Zoom are shaky.
New York City employees are back in the office, and many of them are not happy about it.
A Florida woman alleges she was forced to pump breast milk in front of male coworkers.
For the second time this year, Democratic and Republican lawmakers are coming together to curb sexual harassment at work.
The National Labor Relations Board announced this week that union representative petitions have gone up by 56 percent already since last year.
CEO Jeremy Stoppelman calls hybrid offices “the worst of both worlds” as he doubles down on remote work
Yelp is closing three of its U.S. offices after finding most of its employees prefer to work remotely.
A conservative legal group has challenged Dick’s Sporting Goods over its decision to pay for abortion travel, arguing that the policy discriminates against female employees who choose to give birth.
The business media have lately been telling stories about tension between employees and employers.
Under pressure from activist investors, the public, and their own employees, many companies are expanding their commitments to corporate social responsibility with an emphasis on equity and justice for disadvantaged communities.