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Stories of interest today

Published by on October 31, 2008

After the break are links to some stories of interest in the employment law world today: Employment lawyers rain on Halloween costumes — Law.com; tagged at Overlawyered.com as well. Feds arrest meat packing plant executive for labor law violations (i.e. employing illegal immigrants) — WSJ.com Four Dell HR Managers file discrimination lawsuit in California — Law.com […]

After the break are links to some stories of interest in the employment law world today:

Employment lawyers rain on Halloween costumes — Law.com; tagged at Overlawyered.com as well.

Feds arrest meat packing plant executive for labor law violations (i.e. employing illegal immigrants) — WSJ.com

Four Dell HR Managers file discrimination lawsuit in California — Law.com

“Plaintiffs won in more than half of state court civil trials in 2005 and were more likely to get a favorable verdict in bench than jury trials, according to a new U.S. Department of Justice report.” — Law.com; Jottings By An Employer’s Lawyer has a related post.

Blog posts on new California appellate ruling on meal and rest breaks and paycheck violations; the case may be put on hold pending a decision by the California Supreme Court in the Brinker case — California Workforce Resource Blog; Wage Law.

Supreme Court’s LaRue ERISA decision does not lead to flood of litigation — Boston ERISA Law Blog; Connecticut Employment Law Blog.

New study on trends in pregnancy discrimination lawsuits — Delaware Employment Law Blog.

Impact of Presidential Politics on Employment Law Issues — The Word on Employment Law.

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