An alleged longstanding practice in the Baltimore City Public School system that leads to teachers being denied Family and Medical Leave Act benefits is being challenged in federal court and may become a class action. According to the lawsuit, filed ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on same-sex marriage has private employers around the country scrambling to make sure their employee benefit plans comply with the law. The impact of the decision striking down part of the federal Defense ...Read More »
An employee did not lose standing to pursue a federal disability discrimination claim by filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has held.Read More »
A former Maryland court employee’s $1 million lawsuit ended Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that states cannot be sued under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act’s self-care provision. Daniel Coleman, who was once the executive director ...
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WASHINGTON — Daniel Coleman is one in five million. That’s how many state workers across the country would be affected if the Supreme Court decides Coleman can sue his former employer for violating the self-care provisions of the Family and ...Read More »
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday regarding a fired Maryland court employee’s contention that states can be sued for violating the self-care provision of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Daniel Coleman, once the executive director of procurement ...Read More »
It was all the Exxon gas leak case this week from The Daily Record’s legal affairs side — at least when it comes to the top stories on our site. Some of those stories and more made it into this ...
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The Supreme Court will use a lawsuit by a former Maryland court employee to determine if states can be sued for violating the self-care provision of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Daniel Coleman, once the executive director of ...Read More »
Labor & Employment Family and Medical Leave Act BOTTOM LINE: Employer violated the Family and Medical Leave Act by failing to provide employee, who suffered a serious health condition as defined in the FMLA, the proper notice of employer’s intent ...Read More »