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Published by on June 18, 2010

To end the week, we wanted to pass along the following tidbits. The FMLA Blog has a good post here (“Adverse References to FMLA Leave Usage Sufficient to Defeat Employer’s Claim that it Terminated Employee for Performance Deficiences, Not Exercise of FMLA Rights“) on why employers should not make negative references to FMLA leave in […]

To end the week, we wanted to pass along the following tidbits.

The FMLA Blog has a good post here (“Adverse References to FMLA Leave Usage Sufficient to Defeat Employer’s Claim that it Terminated Employee for Performance Deficiences, Not Exercise of FMLA Rights“) on why employers should not make negative references to FMLA leave in employee performance reviews.

A recent study suggests that only 6 percent of the plaintiffs in employment discrimination cases make it to trial.

Release of memo by law firm on gender disparities at Wal-Mart may prove to be unhelpful in giant class action suit.  WSJ Blog has a post here.

Slaughterhouse manager acquitted of child labor charges.  The story is here.  Yes, there are still criminal labor law prosecutions.

The Senate has moved to eliminate the business tax deduction for punitive damages awards.  The BLT has a post here.

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