Tag Archives: Family and Medical Leave Act

School can’t enforce mandatory arbitration provision

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 ...

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Employers push back on FMLA abuse with “honest suspicion”

In an effort to root out employee abuse of Family and Medical Leave Act violations, employers are increasingly relying upon the “honest suspicion” defense – and winning. Led by several decisions from the 7th Circuit, courts are holding that employers ...

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