Workplace Class Actions: The Threat Keeps Growing
Class action litigation mania didn't abate last year. Here are five of the hottest trends heading into 2020.
Workplace Class Actions Soared in 2017
But employers can expect better outcomes this year, as the Trump Administration gains a stronger foothold with its pro-employer orientation.
Can Companies Bar Workers from Filing Class-Action Claims?
The Supreme Court seeks to clarify whether workers can be compelled to sign agreements that prevent them from banding together to sue employers.
Exposure to Wage-and-Hour Class Actions Heightens
For plaintiffs' lawyers, it's growing easier to get wage-and-hour cases certified and to win settlements from employers.
Why You Should Rein In Office Political Debates
Emotions are running high this election season, and employers are subject to several risks if the water-cooler talk gets out of hand.
Like It or Not, It’s Time to Face Obamacare
With Supreme Court ruling in favor of the government, the "employer mandate" stays in place and companies should start working to avoid the "Cadillac Tax."
When You Don’t Want Workers to Be a Class Act
Employee class-action lawsuits, expected just two years ago to become a minor worry, remain a threat and may flare up in 2014.