Supreme Court to Hear Employment Cases

October 3rd, 2012 by JBWK

The Supreme Court’s 2012-2013 terms opened this week, and it already has several employment law cases on the docket.

It will rule on who may be a “supervisor” under Title VII and whether a collective FLSA claim can continue after the named plaintiff has settled, as well as further clarify how class-action claims are analyzed.

The Court will undoubtedly add several more over the course of the term in addition to hearing other high-profile cases, including affirmative action and same-sex marriage cases.

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