Religious accommodation requests may proliferate following the Supreme Court’s more stringent standard for rejecting requests in its Groff v. DeJoy decision. Some of the…
Archives for September 13, 2023
The 11th Circuit affirmed summary judgment for a group of police officers serving as military reservists who, during leaves for active-duty service, did not receive the same benefits as other city employees who were on nonmilitary leave.
A middle school assistant principal could not establish constructive discharge under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today released two companion reports examining the federal employment of workers with arrest or conviction records.
Franczek P.C. is pleased to announce that James Petrungaro and Adam Dauksas have joined the firm as a partners. James and Adam are joining the firm after years of providing high quality legal representation to their clients in all aspects […]
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently affirmed an employer’s duty to comply with the attestations made under the Labor Condition Application (LCA) to pay its foreign national employee during the period of authorized employment. The case, Persian Broadcast Service Global, Inc. v. Walsh, stems from
In this episode, Jen reminds you to choose law-related vendors familiar with California’s many idiosyncrasies.