By Rebecca Pratt Bromet
We often receive the question – “What is the best way to avoid workplace class action litigation?”
That answer is deceptively simple – “Don’t get sued.”
In other words, identify your potential vulnerabilities, remediate those issues, and decrease the potential for ever getting sued.
What Are The Numbers To Examine?
To that end, when asked “where … Continue Reading
By Timothy F. Haley and Laura Maechtlen
Antitrust claims are not unknown or uncommon anymore for employers. We have previously blogged about how workplace antitrust claims are coming into vogue for the plaintiffs’ class action bar.
The recent decision in In Re High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation, No. 11-CV-02509-LHK, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 55302 (N.D. Cal., Apr. 18, 2012), illustrates this trend.
Introduction … Continue Reading