Business Law Update

03/11/2010 / Business Litigation Practice and Benefits Law Practice






EEOC’s Failure to Investigate Sexual Harassment Claims Results in $4.5 Million Attorneys’ Fee Award to Employer

By Julia H. Halbach

Learn more about a Court's award of $4.5 million in attorney's fees to an employer because the EEOC failed to properly investigate and comply with its own procedures before pursuing a sexual harassment class action.  Continue 

Corporations Can Now Better Predict Where They May Be Sued in Class Action State Lawsuits
By Carrie L. Zochert

Learn more about the recent US Supreme Court decision regarding citizenship of corporations.  Continue

OSHA Annual Summary Posting Requirements
By Chris M. Heffelbower

Learn more about OSHA's Annual Summary posting requirements. Continue 



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