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Penske and the warehouse manager: Logistics of FMLA interference

FMLA Rights - Discrepancies and dishonesty - Kris Olson was a warehouse manager for Penske Logistics. After 12 years with the company, he received his first formal disciplinary notice in January 2014. He was given...more

Conscientious Objectors to Arbitration Policy Can Bring Their Cases in Court

Seyfarth Synopsis: Last week, the Third Circuit held that two employees could sue their employer in court despite a dispute resolution policy requiring binding arbitration, because those same employees had objected to the...more

The benefits of an appeal or review committee

Retaliation claims are some of the most common employment-based claims that employers face. In 2014, the number of retaliation claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reached a record high – 37,955...more

FAR Councils Soliciting Public Comments to Remove Contractors’ Right to Appeal Past Performance Evaluations

For federal government contractors, agencies’ past performance evaluations are important. A favorable evaluation can result in a stronger customer relationship, an enhanced reputation, and a better chance of winning future...more

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