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  • Thu, 03 Jul 2014 15:30:01 | The infamous bloc of five

    This is the radical bloc of the United States Supreme Court – five men with life tenure, united in their right wing religious and political views – disdainful of precedent, disdainful of regulation and disdainful of all whose beliefs differ … Continue reading

  • Tue, 27 May 2014 22:35:23 | Lamberton interviewed for CBS Pittsburgh piece on FMLA

    Allegheny County officials are paying UPMC more than a half million taxpayer dollars to deny workers their rights to leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act.  In this piece by CBS Pittsburgh, Charles A. Lamberton discusses how employers can … Continue reading

  • Mon, 26 May 2014 15:26:41 | Another release bites the dust

    This is the image I have in mind every time an H.R. person, corporate counsel or defense lawyer learns that a Release they drafted fails to comply with the requirements of the Older Workers Benefits Protection Act (“OWBPA”).

    OWBPA is … Continue reading

  • Tue, 13 May 2014 13:11:59 | Racism outrages jury, judge not so much

    Racist jokes supported a verdict against the employer in a  race-based hostile work environment claim under Section 1981, along with an award of compensatory and punitive damages, but judge knew better than jury what the damages should have been.  A … Continue reading

  • Tue, 29 Apr 2014 13:04:00 | Terminated after reporting sexual harassment?

    First, understand that you did the right thing. You were correct to complain because sexual harassment at work is illegal. Under the law, you also had a duty to complain so that the employer could investigate and hopefully put an … Continue reading

  • Thu, 10 Apr 2014 13:20:22 | Toomey filibusters Womens’ Paycheck Fairness Act

    To the Women of the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:

    My name is Patrick Toomey and I am your United States Senator from the Tea Party wing of the Republican Party. Here I am in my best charcoal gray and red … Continue reading

  • Tue, 25 Mar 2014 13:01:16 | Democrats seek to reverse anti-worker Supreme Court ruling

    Why do the five ultra-conservative members of the Supreme Court – Roberts, Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas and Alito – seek to undermine the United States’ Civil Rights Laws at every opportunity? Because those laws conflict with their right wing ideologies. And once … Continue reading


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