The House voted 50-31, one vote short of passage, for HB 1742 to essentially bar class action lawsuit under the deceptive trade practices act. The vote followed a 56-28 vote for reconsideration of yesterday's defeat of the bill and also mentions that, if the bill passed, an amendment might be added in the Senate to address objections that the bill would […]
Fourteen nonprofit and advocacy organizations, including the National Women's Law Center, in a legal brief filed Thursday asked that a Title IX lawsuit against the University of Arkansas be allowed to continue. University attorneys, along with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, earlier asked for the dismissal of a former UA student's lawsui […]
On March 1, 2017, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an important decision affirming summary judgment in an age discrimination claim under the Minnesota Human Rights Act. Although the case, Nash v.
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