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Hobby Lobby Ruling a Potential Slippery Slope

By July 10, 2014

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a landmark decision in the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Inc. case last week, asserting that certain employers with religious objections can deny paying for contraception under the Affordable Care Act. Michael Landen, a partner at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, …

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What Is a ‘Right to Work’ Law, Anyway?

By January 26, 2012

The Wall Street Journal reports that Democrats failed to block a right to work bill from coming to a vote in Indiana. What does this mean? Read the full WSJ story here. By Jennifer Smith it’s simple, really. Employees in states with right-to-work laws can’t be forced to join a …

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Immigrant wage dispute moved from Alexandria to Pennsylvania

By December 14, 2011

One of three federal judges presiding over a fair-wage dispute on seasonal immigrant workers, has transferred the lawsuit in his court to a federal court in Pennsylvania. However, a federal judge in Florida, overseeing a lawsuit with basically the same arguments as those in Alexandria, ruled that it would not …

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