Labor and Employment Law Roundup

September 09, 2008
This update presents a survey of recent court decisions in Labor and Employment Law. The issues covered include:
  • Court Finds that Sex Qualifies as a “Major Life Activity” in Disability Discrimination Case
  • Court Finds Employer Must Reasonably Accommodate “Obvious Disability” Without Request
  • Recent Decision Highlights Importance of Strict Compliance with Private Settlement Agreements
  • Federal Courts Split with Respect to Rights of Employees to Pursue Title VII Claims Based on “Association” with a Member of a Protected Class
  • New Jersey Courts Clarify and Expand LAD Protections Relating to Retaliation and Hostile Work Environment Claims 
  • California Supreme Court Rejects “Narrow Restraint” Exception for Employee Non-Competes
  • D.C. Circuit Court Imposes Restraints on EEOC’s Disclosure Without Notice Policy
  • Undergoing Fertility Treatment is Covered by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • Newspaper Loses its Bid to Unseal Docket in Doe v. C.A.R.S. Protection Plus, Inc.