Supreme Court on Employment Law

2 October 2007 at 11:32PM Leave a comment

Discrimination. Arbitration. Me-too legalism. Fiduciary Liability.

Just the things we all stay awake at night contemplating.

The Supreme Court session starts in October, and this year’s session brings some interesting cases. Michael P. Maslanka at has an interesting take on four cases on the docket that will possibly affect how we all work together:

Four Employment Cases on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Menu

August 9, 2007
What is the U.S. Supreme Court dining on from the employment law menu this coming term? It’s a four-course meal, and here is what the discerning diner needs to know.

Click the title above for more on these four cases:

  • Holowecki, et al. v. Federal Express Corp.
  • Hall Street Associates LLC v. Mattel Inc.
  • Mendelsohn v. Sprint/United Management Co.
  • LaRue v. DeWolff, Boberg & Associates Inc.


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