US Supreme Court to determine whether exhaustion of state administrative remedies is required before filing federal civil rights claim – JURIST

The US Supreme Court agreed Friday to determine whether a plaintiff must first exhaust all state administrative remedies before bringing a federal civil rights claim before a court. The case, Williams v.... Read more »

SpaceX National Labor Relations Board Unconstitutional Claim

Shortly after the New Year, on January 4, 2024, Space Exploration Technologies Corp.—or “SpaceX”—filed a complaint in the District Court for the Southern District of Texas alleging that an administrative complaint filed... Read more »
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Federal appeals court denies Trump request to delay E. Jean Carroll defamation case over immunity claim – JURIST

A three-judge panel for the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied former US President Donald Trump’s motion to stay the defamation case against author E. Jean Carroll while the... Read more »

US Supreme Court denies expedited review of Trump presidential immunity claim in federal election interference case – JURIST

The US Supreme Court denied a request from Special Prosecutor Jack Smith to expedite review of former President Donald Trump’s claim of “absolute presidential immunity.” The move comes after Smith asked the... Read more »

Ukraine sources claim responsibility for assassination of former MP – JURIST

Ukrainian authorities appeared to claim credit for the assassination of Illia Kyva, a former presidential candidate and member of the Verkhovna Rada (the Ukrainian parliament), near Moscow on Wednesday. Andriy Yusov, spokesman... Read more »

Federal judge denies Trump immunity claim in 2020 election interference case – JURIST

The federal judge overseeing former US President Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case ruled Friday that Trump cannot dismiss the four criminal charges pending against him through a claim of presidential immunity.... Read more »

Failure to Request Overtime Pay Was Not Fatal to EMTs’ FLSA Claim

​Takeaway: This court decision illustrates that the purpose, express language and decades of judicial interpretation of the Fair Labor Standards Act all weigh heavily in favor of ensuring that employees are properly... Read more »

Fired City Employee Prevails on Claim of Retaliation for Taking Medical Leave

​Takeaway: Where an employer gave inconsistent reasons for the timing of and motivation for its decision to fire an employee, the employee was able to prevail on her claim that she was... Read more »
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