SCOTUS Didn’t Eat EEOC’s Homework

By John Alan Doran Less than two weeks ago, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case in which the trial court awarded attorneys’ fees against the EEOC for some $4.7 million. (SCOTUS Benchslap For EEOC On the Way?) While the case is now before the Supremes, the EEOC continues to squirm in the […]

Protection for (Some) HR Managers

By Andy Volin Like most employment statutes, the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) prohibits retaliation against employees who file complaints. The Supreme Court ruled in 2011 that this protection even extends to oral complaints at work. Recently, the Ninth Circuit decided that even a management employee in HR could assert retaliation based on a report […]