An employer could not enforce a mandatory arbitration provision included in its handbook to block a lawsuit by an employee who claimed she suffered retaliation after requesting maternity leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act, a U.S. District Court ...Read More »
A nurse who was fired for insubordination after refusing to carry out an order she felt she could not handle while recovering from a serious injury could sue her employer for retaliation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the 1st ...Read More »
A biotech company could sue a competitor under the Lanham Act for distributing a press release that allegedly made false claims about a drug both companies manufactured and sold, a U.S. District Court in Massachusetts has ruled.Read More »
Any attorney who has tried a case involving complex concepts knows that presenting the evidence in a way that jurors fully comprehend is no simple task. But lawyers say a recent trial in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts that featured a novel approach to jury selection offered a far different experience for those involved.
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