By Johanna T. Wise and Alexander Meier

Seyfarth Synopsis. The Eleventh Circuit clarifies the framework in mixed-motive cases. Although damages are limited, a plaintiff can establish a mixed-motive claim by showing a protected characteristic was a motivating factor for an adverse employment action.

Historically, district courts in the Eleventh Circuit were loath to depart from

In the fourth installment of articles looking at the employment law cases being heard by the US Supreme Court this fall term, Montanile addresses issues near and dear to every employer’s heart – ERISA plans and the reimbursement/recoupment of plan funds.  For those readers who manage and worry about these plans and issues, read on!

By: Gena B. Usenheimer and Samuel Sverdlov

Of the issues arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), few are more nuanced and complex than an employer’s rights and responsibilities regarding employees with an alcohol addiction or dependence.  Commercial truck drivers present a unique issue as companies that employ drivers to spend long hours on