NLRB Setback on Employer Focused Regulations

The NLRB has suffered another setback in its efforts to promulgate its notice posting rule, this time in the Fourth Circuit.  The rule, which has already been invalidated in the D.C. Circuit, would have required...

Black Swan Interns: The Fox Searchlight Pictures Inc. Pay Violations

In a decision that could send shockwaves throughout the country and have dramatic repercussions for recent college graduates, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has ruled that Fox Searchlight Pictures...

St. Louis Employment Law Attorney: Court Holds that Discriminating Against Lactating Employee Discrimination

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from discriminating against employees for certain characteristics. One type of prohibited discrimination is that which is based on sex, and employers who violate this...

Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Jumbosack Corp. v. Buyck

Last week the Missouri Court of Appeals’ Eastern District handed down an opinion sure to hinder employee efforts when violating their non-compete agreements. The unanimous decision in Jumbosack Corp. v. Buyck, reversed the trial court’s...