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Tag Archives: Fair Labor Standards Act

Opinions – 8/29/11: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Labor & Employment Sexual harassment BOTTOM LINE: There existed a genuine issue of material fact as to whether assistant was subject to a hostile work environment, where assistant alleged that her supervisor repeatedly propositioned her to have sex with him, ...

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Taverns’ pay deal on hold as judge looks into legal fees

A judge in Baltimore has held up the $115,000 settlement of a labor lawsuit against a Federal Hill tavern owner because the portion earmarked for the plaintiffs’ lawyer — $100,000 — was not well-documented and “likely not reasonable.” Judge Richard ...

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