Monthly Archives: March 2010

Retaliation for Oral Wage Complaints Now up to the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court agreed yesterday to decide a case of critical importance to retaliation claims under the federal wage law, the Fair Labor Standards Act.  The request to the Supreme Court presented one question for review: Is an oral complaint of a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act protected conduct under the anti-retaliation provision, 29...
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Supreme Court Open to the Public

The Supreme Court of the United States heads the most publicity shy branches of government.  The politicians in Congress need publicity for reelection, and many seem to crave it.  The President has no choice but to live in a fishbowl.  But the Supreme Court Justices are appointed and have no need for reelection or popularity. ...
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