In case you missed it, Seyfarth’s Tenth Annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report was published early this year. Click here to download a PDF of the introduction “trends” chapter and the “top ten” settlements chapter.
Called the “definitive source of information on employment class action litigation” by EPLiC Magazine and a resource that “no practitioner who deals with employment claims . . . should be without,” the 802 page Report covers 1,123 class action rulings rendered by federal and state courts in 2013 on workplace issues. The eBook version is now available to download to a PC or mobile device. The eBook is fully searchable, allows users to bookmark useful sections for easy future reference, and has a host of other features – including the ability to underline and take notes in the iPad version. We hope this will make the WCAR an even more useful and user-friendly resource.
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The 2014 WCAR analyzes class action rulings on a circuit-by-circuit and state-by-state basis. The Report is divided into chapters on leading class action settlements, federal law rulings, and state law rulings. The substantive areas examined include Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; EEOC pattern or practice cases; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; the Fair Labor Standards Act; the Employee Retirement Income Security Act; state law rulings in employment law, wage and hour, and breach of contract cases; key CAFA rulings, and other class action rulings with significance to Rule 23 and/or workplace litigation.
We hope you enjoy the 2014 Report!