Authored by Jacob Oslick
Adventuring heroes in fantasy fiction soon learn to fight different types of evil beast differently. Some must be fought by fire, some by water, some by the sword, and some by magic. The hero who foolishly treats diverse opponents the same does so at his peril.
The Third Circuit recently taught this same basic lesson to … Continue Reading
Authored by Gena Usenheimer
How much deference should courts give to interpretive guidance from the New York State DOL? At least for now, the answer remains unclear.
In February 2014, we reported on the Second Circuit’s request for direction from the New York Court of Appeals as to two questions arising out of Ramos v. Simplex Grinnell, LP, a … Continue Reading
Co-authored by Timothy F. Haley and Arthur J. Rooney
A federal court in Chicago recently denied class and collective action certification in a wage-hour case brought by sales representatives for Groupon. But the court did so without prejudice to allow plaintiffs to take a second bite at the apple — albeit, a smaller apple. The court’s decision denying plaintiffs’ motion … Continue Reading