In our final installment of the blog series that previews employment cases being heard by the Supreme Court, the Zaborowski case will allow the Court to opine on the enforceability of arbitration agreements that may have questionable (or “unconscionable”) terms. Read on for more.

Once Again SCOTUS Takes on the Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements

 By Anthony Califano

On October 1,
Continue Reading ELL SCOTUS Series # 5 – MHN v. Zaborowski

By Laura Maechtlen and Sam Schwartz-Fenwick

In a landmark ruling on July 15, 2015 in _____ v. Foxx, EEOC Appeal No. 2012-24738–FAA-03 (July 15, 2015), the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC’) held for the first time that Title VII extends to claims of employment discrimination based on sexual orientation.

Specifically, the EEOC held that sexual orientation discrimination is per
Continue Reading EEOC Rules That Existing Federal Law Prohibits Employment Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation

By Johanna T. Wise and Andrew J. Masak

Every day new stories about the uses (and misuses) of drones surface in the media.

They have been used to: photograph the 2015 Winter X Games, assist in firefighting operations, monitor agricultural drought, monitor pipelines in remote areas of the world, and take pictures for realtors.  One drone even famously crashed on
Continue Reading Send in the Drones: Transforming the Workplace through the Use of Drone Surveillance