Daniel J. McCoy

Daniel J. McCoy

Fenwick & West LLP

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Fenwick Employment Brief - August 2014

Partial-Day Leave Deductions Lawful for Exempt Employees - A California court of appeal recently confirmed that employers may require exempt employees to use accrued leave for partial-day absences, even if shorter than...more

8/15/2014 - Arbitration Arbitration Agreements Class Action Class Action Arbitration Waivers DOL EEOC Employee Rights Employer Liability Issues Exempt-Employees NLRA NLRB PAGA Paid Leave Retaliation

Employee Terminated for Stealing Caused by Disability Entitled to Discrimination Trial

Is an employer allowed to enforce a uniformly-applied workplace conduct policy against an employee whose misconduct was caused by her disability? A federal district court in California said “maybe, maybe not,” and determined...more

4/24/2014 - Corporate Counsel Disability Discrimination EEOC Employment Policies Hiring & Firing Termination Walgreens

Fenwick Employment Brief - April 2014

Supreme Court Confirms FICA Taxes Must be Withheld from Severance Payments - Finding severance payments to be a form of “remuneration for employment,” the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Quality Stores,...more

4/22/2014 - ADA Disability Discrimination EEOC Employee Handbooks Employer Liability Issues Employment Policies FEHA FICA Taxes Harassment Hills and Dales Hiring & Firing NLRB Posting Requirements Reasonable Accommodation SCOTUS SEC Severance Pay Statute of Limitations Title VII Wages Whistleblowers

Employer Liable for Disregarding Complaints About Soiled Toilet, Porn, and Retaliation — Possible Punitive Damages

In Davis v. Kiewit Pacific Company, Lisa Davis, a heavy machine operator and one of two female employees at a 100-employee excavation project, prevailed in her claims of gender discrimination, hostile work environment, and...more

10/18/2013 - EEO EEOC Employer Liability Issues Gender Discrimination Hostile Environment Punitive Damages Retaliation

Fenwick Employment Brief - July 2013: Employee Claiming Retaliation Must Meet Higher Standard of Proof

In another favorable ruling for employers, the Supreme Court in University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar clarified that employees must satisfy a higher “but for” standard of proof to prevail in a Title VII...more

7/24/2013 - Adverse Employment Action But For Causation Discrimination EEOC Employer Liability Issues Harassment Retaliation SCOTUS Supervisors Title VII UT Southwestern Medical v Nassar

Fenwick Employment Brief - July 2013

In a favorable decision for employers, the U.S. Supreme Court in Vance v. Ball State University ruled that employers are strictly liable for harassment by a supervisor where the supervisor is empowered to take tangible...more

7/22/2013 - Adverse Employment Action Affordable Care Act Class Action Arbitration Waivers Delays DOMA EEOC FEHA Harassment Proposition 8 Retaliation Same-Sex Marriage SCOTUS Supervisors Title VII US v Windsor Vance v. Ball State University Vicarious Liability

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