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November 23, 2015
November 18, 2015
Ogletree Deakins Recognized by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association with Thomas L. Sager Award
November 11, 2015
Ogletree Deakins’ Director of Knowledge Management Patrick DiDomenico Publishes Knowledge Management Handbook
November 9, 2015
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Our bimonthly print publication, the Employment Law Authority, summarizes the most significant labor and employment law developments affecting employers.
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Articles in this issue include:
Eastern District Refuses to Rely on Dukes to Kill Class Claims at Pleadings Stage of Sex Bias Lawsuit
Law School Grad Working as Graphic Consultant Not Exempt from Overtime Requirements: Reinforces Need to Evaluate Primary Duties and Avoid Reliance on Job Titles
Western District of New York Dismisses “Threadbare” FMLA and Discrimination Allegations at Initial Pleadings Stage
Southern District of New York Dismisses NYSHRL Claims that Arose Outside New York and Retaliation Claims for Failure to Demonstrate Pretext
Western District of New York Orders Limited Communications Between Defendant and Plaintiff in Wage and Hour Lawsuit
Southern District of New York Holds that Issue of “Covered Employer” Wage and Hour Liability Not Yet Ripe for Summary Judgment