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Just cause for termination, but City failed to establish discipline was taken within 180 days as required. Employee reinstated

In a case that has received considerable publicity, Arbitrator Don Williams has ordered the reinstatement of a San Antonio police officer the City had dismissed for allegedly leaving a "feces sandwich" in an area where officers were attempting to move … Continue reading

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Days of automatic German patent injunctions may be numbered: key meeting in Federal Ministry of Justice on May 20

In the post-eBay v. MercExchange era, patent holders seeking rapid injunctive relief basically have two choices: the USITC (provided that the accused products are imported into the U.S. and that the domestic industry requirement can be met) and Germany. And … Continue reading

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A New Jersey Employee, Fired 17 Days After Returning from Maternity Leave, Receives a $500K Settlement in Her Discrimination Case

The situation of pregnant women or new mothers suffering discrimination at work as a result of their pregnancies is, unfortunately, an all-too-common scenario, both inside and outside New Jersey. An employer decides that an employee’s pregnancy has rendered her insufficiently … Continue reading

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I REALLY SHOULDN’T HAVE TO LINK TO THIS: But evidently there are people these days who really thin…

I REALLY SHOULDN’T HAVE TO LINK TO THIS: But evidently there are people these days who really think that the federal government can fund every project that tickles its fancy just by printing up more money. They don’t get the … Continue reading

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Empirical SCOTUS: 365 days of Trump and the Supreme Court

How better to wrap up the calendar year than by examining the president’s take on his relationship with the Supreme Court – especially because the court was one of President Donald Trump’s favorite topics of discussion this past year? These … Continue reading

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