Eloise Nagle

Eloise Nagle

K&L Gates LLP

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To Moot or Not to Moot: The Seventh Circuit’s Tender Doctrine Offers a Potentially Powerful Tool for Class Action Defendants

Defending a putative consumer class action in a federal district court within the Seventh Circuit? Has the named plaintiff filed a motion for class certification yet? If not, Seventh Circuit jurisprudence provides a powerful...more

4/3/2014 - Class Action Class Certification Corporate Counsel Putative Class Actions

To Offer or Not to Offer: Post Genesis, Uncertainty Continues Regarding the Impact of Rule 68 Offers of Judgment in the Class...

Hit with a putative consumer class action? One of the first questions that should be considered is whether to make an offer of judgment to the named plaintiff(s). Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68 permits a defendant to...more

3/14/2014 - Class Action Corporate Counsel Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk Litigation Strategies Putative Class Actions Rule 68

Support Persons: You Can Look but You Can't Touch

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has handed down a decision in Victorian Association for the Teaching of English Inc (VATE) v Debra de Laps [2014] FWCFB 613 (19 February 2014) which clarifies the role of a support...more

3/12/2014 - Hiring & Firing Termination UK

When 'On-the-Job' is Not Necessarily On the Job

A majority of the High Court (4:2) has handed down a significant decision in Comcare v PVYW [2013] HCA 41, which has clarified the meaning of a "work-related injury" and closely examined what was said in Hatzminanolis v ANI...more

11/1/2013 - Scope of Work Traveling Employee Workplace Injury

No Work but You Can Stay

A unanimous decision of the High Court in Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) v Mammoet Australia Pty Ltd [2013] HCA 36 has shed light on the interpretation of "payment to an employee" in the context of...more

8/23/2013 - Australia Employer Liability Issues Wage and Hour

Decision on Termination Procedures a Big Win for Employers

The Supreme Court of Victoria has shed light on an issue raised in Barker v Commonwealth Bank of Australia [2012] FCA 942 regarding whether employers must adhere to their own policies and procedures when dismissing an...more

8/2/2013 - Employment Contract Hiring & Firing Notice Requirements Termination

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