Tag: Employment Agreement

June 13, 2024
The Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) is a crucial law that allows qualified employees to take time off work for certain family and medical reasons without risking their job security.  However, FMLA compliance can be complex. The below outline some key provisions of FMLA.  
June 6, 2024
Amazon recently lost an attempt to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Keesha Anderson, a Black event producer, who alleges discriminatory treatment by the company. U.S. District Judge Arun Subramanian ruled against Amazon's dismissal bid, marking one of the first applications of the April Supreme Court decision in Muldrow v. St. Louis. This ruling establishes that workers do not need to show concrete injuries such as pay cuts or demotions to pursue discrimination claims under federal law.
May 29, 2024
The NCAA has recently announced an agreement to pay nearly $2.8 billion to settle numerous antitrust claims. This plan includes compensating thousands of former and current college athletes who allege that now-defunct NCAA rules prevented them from earning endorsement money. Additionally, the plan establishes a first-of-its-kind revenue-sharing system for college athletes, allowing schools to allocate up to $21 million per year to be paid directly to athletes, starting as early as fall 2025.