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Before joining Jackson Lewis LLP, Dylan Carp headed his own general litigation practice and was a part of federal civil rights class actions. With Jackson Lewis, Mr. Carp counsels employers on a wide array of legal issues pertaining to employment law, including unfair competition, discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour issues. Dylan, a senior associate in the firm’s San Francisco offices, is the co-founder of Jackson Lewis’ Appellate Practice Group, and is also an editor on the firm’s blog Retail Employment Law Blog.
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A federal court in the Eastern District of Washington recently permitted a disabled car rental agent discharged while on medical leave for foot surgery to proceed with her claims for failure to accommodate under Washington’s...
By Randall J. Hakes For the first time, a California appellate court has addressed when paid leave offered as a sabbatical is considered “paid vacation.” The distinction is important because, under California law, employers must pay separating employees accrued but unused vacation...
By Julia M. Ebert A federal court has held that Cal. Labor Code section 2802 does not require employers to reimburse employees for internet and phone expenses when employees voluntarily telecommute. Novak v. The Boeing Company, Case No. 09-01011-CJC-(ANx) (C.D. Cal. July 20, 2011). In...
By Heather Panick A federal judge in Oklahoma held retailer Abercrombie & Fitch violated the law by refusing to hire a Muslim applicant solely because she wanted to wear a hijab while working. ...
By Lisa Baiocchi The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit upheld summary judgment for Wal-Mart on a manager’s claim for retaliation, holding the arguably unprofessional conduct she allegedly received while working at the retailer did not amount to adverse action. Chestine Clay...