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Chadbourne plans vote on ouster of partner who filed $100M gender bias suit
Posted on: Apr 13, 2017

Chadbourne & Parke is scheduling a vote on whether to oust a partner who filed a $100 million class action claiming the law firm has “a culture of discrimination against female attorneys.”

HR rep tells applicant (twice) that sleep apnea will disqualify him from bus driver job; bias claim survives
Posted on: Mar 30, 2017

Because an employer failed to rebut a plaintiff’s declaration that he was twice told a sleep apnea diagnosis would disqualify him for a commercial bus driver job, a reasonable jury could find its stated reason for not hiring him—failure to complete the medical certification process—was pretext for disability discrimination.

Sneek Peek: Magistrate Judge Dinsmore Gives his Top Tip for Federal Settlement Conference Best Practices
Posted on: Mar 17, 2017

Get a sneek peek of Tuesday's program! Magistrate Judge Dinsmore shares his top best practice tip for federal settlement conferences.

Seventh Circuit Affirms Dismissal of First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment Claims by Law Enforcement Officer
Posted on: Mar 1, 2017

On February 17, 2017, the Seventh Circuit in Roake v. Forest Preserve District of Cook County, et al, affirmed dismissal of a police officer’s claims under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.

Justices hold mayor lacked authority to fire utilities superintendent
Posted on: Feb 16, 2017

On February 8, 2017, Indiana's Supreme Court decided a question of statutory interpretation involving the termination of the Superintendent of the City of Lawrence Utilities. The Mayor of Lawrence unilaterally terminated the Superintendent without going through the Board of Utilities, and without providing notice and a hearing.

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