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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Decision in Young v. UPS

Posted in Disability Discrimination, Discrimination, FMLA and Other Leaves of Absence, Labor Law, Wage & Hour

The United State Supreme Court issued its much anticipated decision in the case of Young v. UPS on March 24, 2015.  As of now, Young’s pregnancy discrimination claim remains alive and well. Below is a summary of the court’s ruling: Factual and Procedural Background. Young was a part-time driver for UPS. When she became pregnant,… Continue Reading

The Continuing Danger of Terminating Employees on Leave: An Honest Belief That Leave is Being Misused is Not Always Enough (Richey v. Autonation, Inc.)

Posted in FMLA and Other Leaves of Absence, Labor Law, Wage & Hour

By:  Chelcey E. Lieber Avery Richey, a sales manager at Power Toyota of Cerritos (“Toyota”), went on medical leave under the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”) due to a back injury. While on leave, Toyota learned Richey was working at a restaurant he owned. Toyota dispatched an employee and a supervisor to Richey’s business, where… Continue Reading