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Air Marshal Whistleblower v. TSA: Supreme Court to Blow Final Whistle

On July 25, 2014, the U.S. Government will submit its opening brief to the Supreme Court in the decade-long battle that began when the Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”) terminated former air marshal-turned...more

Ventress III Provides Another Tool for Airlines: Ninth Circuit Says Federal Aviation Act Preempts Pilot’s State Law Employment...

On March 28, 2014, the Ninth Circuit strengthened its Federal Aviation Act (the “Act”) preemption jurisprudence, holding that state law claims for retaliation and constructive termination are preempted under the Act when they...more

Texas Messes with EEOC

When Texans say “Don’t Mess With Texas”, they’re speaking directly to the EEOC these days. The State of Texas recently sued the EEOC, seeking to prevent the EEOC from enforcing its 2012 Enforcement Guidance on employer use of...more

Employers May Not Be Entitled to Full Disclosure of Potential EEOC Class Action Before Suit Is Filed

Employers often expect that, before the EEOC can expand a single-employee EEOC charge into a class action lawsuit, the EEOC must explain the scope of any potential class action and offer an employer the opportunity to resolve...more

The EEOC Recognizes a Cause of Action under Title VII for Transgender Discrimination

We are not sure how many of you have run into this situation in your workforce yet. But we wanted to let you know in the event you do that the EEOC has recently confirmed that “transgender discrimination” is actionable under...more

Discharge of Pilot Arrested for Drug Possession Did Not Violate ERISA

The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a federal trial court's determination that a pilot's ERISA lawsuit based on his termination was not precluded by the Railway Labor Act (RLA) and that the employer did not...more

New Jerseyans with Disabilities: Still Second Class Citizens

New Jerseyans with disabilities are still second class citizens, despite Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Indivisuals with Disabilities Education Acr, and New Jersey's Law...more

Rejecting rights and responsibility as the basis of the rule of law

Rejecting rights and responsibility as the basis of the rule of law With an ever-increasingly complex democracy which not only delivers more and more “layers” of representation to consumers already bombarded...more

Cyber-censorship dalam Hukum Nasional dan Internasional (Skripsi)

This is my thesis, unfortunately it's in Bahasa Indonesia. It's a legal research comparing several countries' legislations and acts upon the cyber-censorship issue....more

PRE PAID LEGAL LEGACY

The legend goes that Harland Stonecipher, the founder of Pre-Paid Legal Services, was involved in a car wreck way back in July 1969. Stonecipher had no legal coverage or protection from the legal bills that began to pile up....more

Improbidade administrativa e a atuação do Ministério Público

A Constituição Federal vigente, estruturando as bases do Estado Democrático de Direito, constitucionalizou os princípios fundamentais da Administração Pública brasileira, ao...more

Free Spirit Aviation, Inc. et al. vs Rutherford Airport Authority, et al.

Judgment and Order

In a suit alleging a variety of claims against a governmental entity, this document reflects the jury verdict regarding several alleged improper meetings of the governmental entity. The jury did not find that there were...more

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