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  • Friday, June 22, 2018

    By Jennifer L. Bame
    The Kentucky Supreme Court recently upheld the dismissal of gender discrimination and retaliation claims filed by seven members of the University of Kentucky Police Department (UKPD) and set forth helpful guidance on the use of "#MeToo" evidence offered by coworkers in such lawsuits.
  • Thursday, June 21, 2018

    By David Slaughter, JD, Senior Legal Editor Employer groups will be able to start offering association health plans (AHPs) as soon as this September 1, under the final AHP rule announced June 19 by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

  • By Michele L. (Warnock) Brott
    A recent article in the Des Moines Register reported on an employer who was sued for bullying or a hostile work environment related to President Donald Trump's stance on immigration. The employee who sued is an American citizen of Hispanic ethnicity and was offended by the president's comments regarding Mexican immigrants. She alleged that in response, her Caucasian coworkers set out to "tease" her with screensaver images of the president and taunts that she was "illegal"—and they even signed her up as a volunteer for the president's campaign.
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