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Join us for a lively discussion of the labor & employment decisions from
the U.S. Supreme Court and the SJC in the last term. For the second year
in a row, the Supreme Court’s employment decisions tilted towards
employers. Learn how these decisions will impact the advice you provide
Looking back at the 2012-2013 Term, the panel will review U.S. Supreme Court
decisions about such topics as Title VII supervisory liability, “but for” proof
of retaliation, class action waivers, affirmative action, and how striking down
DOMA affects employers and employees. The panel will also look at last Term’s
SJC decisions with regard to association discrimination and class action
Looking ahead to the 2013-2014 Term, affirmative action is again on the
Supreme Court’s docket, as well as Executive Power to make NLRB recess
appointments, retaliation claims under Sarbanes-Oxley, and FLSA claims.
The SJC will decide whether a terminated minority shareholder who goes to work
for a competitor breaches a fiduciary duty.
I. 2013 Supreme Court Cases including:
Vance v. Ball State Univ.
- Title VII supervisory liability
Fisher v. Univ. of Texas -
Univ. of Texas v. Nassar -
American Express, Comcast, Genesis, Standard Fire -
U.S. v. Windsor - DOMA
II. 2013 SJC Decisions including:
Flagg v. Ali-Med -
Feeney and Machado - class
Cook, Dixon and Lipsitt - wage act
III. Cases from Upcoming Supreme Court and SJC Terms including:
v. Canning - Executive power for recess appointments
on affirmative action
Sandifer v. US Steel - FLSA “changing
Madigan v. Levin - state employees’ age
Selmark Assoc v. Ehrlich - minority shareholders’ fiduciary
Program Chair:Nina Joan Kimball, Esq.
BBA Member - $130.00
Non-Member - $170.00
BBA Member -
Legal Services/ Government Lawyer - $70.00
Law Student - $30.00
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