Though we still haven’t gotten a ruling from the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage, today was a big day for our nation’s highest court as they weighed in on two employment law cases and also granted cert in the Noel Canning/NLRB recess appointment case. For LXBN’s full SCOTUS coverage, visit our section dedicated to it. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 166.
- On Keeping the Faith -Seattle attorney Karen Koehler on her blog, The Velvet Hammer
- Supreme Court to Review Union Corporate Campaign Tactic: Are Neutrality Agreements Lawful? – Bradford L. Livingston, Esq., Seyfarth Shaw Department Chair for Labor Relations Practice Group on the firm’s Employer Labor Relations Blog
- Employees Working Far Away From The Office: A Jurisdictional Nightmare? – East Palo Alto lawyer Ute Krudewagen of DLA Piper on the firm’s blog, The Labor Dish
- U.S. Senate Considers Federal Data Security Legislation – Miami lawyer Al Saikali of Shook, Hardy & Bacon on his Data Security Law Journal
- Windsor v. United States: The Potential Impact on Employer-Provided Benefit Plans – Nashville lawyer Aaron Flinn of Waller on the firm’s blog, ERISA Exchange
- U.S. Supreme Court Adopts Objective Test for Determining Title VII Supervisor Status – Fort Worth attorney Russell Cawyer of Kelly Hart & Hallman on the firm’s Texas Employment Law Update
- U.S. Supreme Court Takes Up Recess Appointments Case – Atlanta attorney Cary Burke of McKenna Long & Aldridge on the firm’s blog, Labor Relations Today
- BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court Narrows Employer Liability in Sexual Harassment Cases - Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Monday Morning Regulatory Review – 6/24/13 – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- Give Peace a Chance: End the U.S.-India Immigration and Trade War Now – Los Angeles attorney Angelo Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw on his blog, Nation of Immigrators
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