Tag Archives: Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee

ABA's Summary of 2015 FMLA Cases an Outstanding Resource for Employers, Attorneys

This is one of the most exciting days of the FMLA year for me. Literally, one of those Steve Martin “The phone books are here!” days. Why? Every mid-February or so, the American Bar Association’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee publishes a comprehensive report of FMLA decisions handed down by the federal courts in the … Continue Reading

ABA's Summary of 2013 FMLA Cases a Critical Resource for Employers, Attorneys

Calling all FMLA nerds!  You’ll want to read this. Every February, the American Bar Association’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee publishes a comprehensive report of significant FMLA decisions handed down by the federal courts in the previous year. This report literally includes every FMLA decision from 2013. This year’s report is as comprehensive as always … Continue Reading

Summary of 2011 FMLA Cases: Valuable Resource to Employers

Each year, the American Bar Association’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee publishes a comprehensive report of significant FMLA decisions handed down by the federal courts in the previous year.  2011 proved to be an active year for cases involving the Family and Medical leave Act, and this year’s report captures nearly all of them.  It is a great … Continue Reading

Summary of 2010 FMLA Cases Provides Valuable Resource to Employers and Employment Attorneys

Every February, the American Bar Association’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee publishes a comprehensive report of significant FMLA decisions handed down by the federal courts in the previous year.  This year’s report is fabulous — it summarizes 2010 FMLA decisions in a user-friendly manner and is a great reference for me throughout the year. The report … Continue Reading
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