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How Lower Courts Are Applying Recent U.S. Supreme Court Employment Decisions, NELA 2017 Annual Convention
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

Reviews of U.S. Supreme Court decisions are like profiles of new bands: they offer more detail than you need, with breathless hype about their potential. A year or three later, the bias toward writing about new things leaves you wondering what became of them. Like the semi-popular VH-1 television series Where Are They Now?, which detailed the usually sad eventual fates of bands that drew great attention before fading from memory, this presentation and accompanying written materials analyze what lower court decisions have arisen (through spring 2017) from major 2013–2015 employment law decisions such as EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores (religious accommodation); Young v. United Parcel Service (pregnancy accommodation); Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk (required off-the-clock tasks); Vance v. Ball State University (which “supervisors” trigger employer vicarious liability for harassment); and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar (“but-for” causation standard for retaliation and certain other claims).

Daniel A. Katz
Daniel A. Katz is Senior Counsel with the Law Offices of Gary M. Gilbert & Associates P.C., in Silver Spring, MD. He represents plaintiffs in wage and hour litigation and discrimination litigation, under both federal and state statutes. Mr. Katz was...More
Bonnie L. Clair
Bonnie L. Clair spends her days “fixing broke.” She advocates for creditors and debtors in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, argues for debtors’ and creditors’ rights in courtrooms, conference rooms, and her office, and counsels businesses...More
Reena I. Desai
Reena I. Desai is an attorney at the law firm of Nichols Kaster, PLLP in the firm’s Minneapolis office. She is a skilled and meticulous litigator, who has represented thousands of employees in class and collective actions to recover unpaid wages and...More
Joseph D. Kenyon
Joseph D. Kenyon is a shareholder in firm of Schechter Dokken Kanter, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants located in Minneapolis, Minnesota and head of its Forensic Accounting and Valuation Services Group. Mr. Kenyon is a Certified Public...More
Originally Published
June 23, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. How Lower Courts Are Applying Recent U.S. Supreme Court Employment Decisions - Audio
  2. How Lower Courts Are Applying Recent U.S. Supreme Court Employment Decisions - Paper

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