Court Revives Title VII and FMLA Claims

Claud Mccoid

The fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revived race discrimination and retaliation claims of a Black sheriff’s business employee fired for sleeping on the position dependent on evidence that the business only recommended a white employee for the similar actions.

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University of California Regents Not Liable in Time-Keeping Suit

The regents of the College of California ended up constitutionally immune from a lawsuit declaring that the university’s time-maintaining methods resulted in staff receiving much less than least wage, a California appeals court ruled.