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A Pill not even the Affordable Care Act can force Employers to Swallow

More enforcement concerns loom for the Affordable Care Act as another federal decision keeps employers under a religious group plan from swallowing the pill of providing complete contraceptive coverage to its female employees. In Reaching Souls International Inc. et al. v. Sebelius et al., Case No. CIV-13-1092-D, the plaintiffs provided employees with a group health … Continue Reading

Retaliation Claims Rise In Hard Economic Times

As reported in the New York Times by Catherine Rampell in More Workers Complain of Bias on the Job, a Trend Linked to Widespread Layoffs, employers are seeing an increase in accusations of discrimination.  Discrimination claims including discrimination based on race, gender, disability and age continue to increase, but the most frequently filed charge with … Continue Reading