Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis: Another Wrong Turn for the American Worker
Personnel Records and In-Camera Review: The Courts Continue Balancing Privacy and Confidentiality Against a Plaintiff’s Paramount Interest in Obtaining Relevant Discovery
As published in the New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, Vol. 40, No. 1
On May 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court, in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis,(1) provided no respite for American workers, weary in their struggle for full and fair access to the courts.
"Terminating an ‘Irresistible’ Employee, American Bar Association, Employment & Labor Relations Law"
As published in the New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 3
In the last year, the Appellate Division granted three applications for leave to appeal discovery orders directing the production of personnel records and/or documents concerning complaints of discrimination, retaliation and/or harassment.
By Christopher Carcich and Carly Skarbnik Meredith
In Nelson v. James H. Knight, DDS, P.C., et al., the Iowa Supreme Court found that an employer did not engage in unlawful gender discrimination when the employee was terminated due to the employer’s wife’s concerns about the nature of the relationship between the employer and the employee.