Tag Archives: Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

So – Are LGBTQ Rights Protected Under Federal Employment Law or Not?

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The most accurate answer to this question is, “it depends.” On March 10, 2017, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (covering Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) weighed in on LGBTQ protections – but the decision is not as clear as some of the headlines make it seem. For instance, some reports proclaimed that the court ruled … Continue reading this entry

I Falsified My Time Records … But I’m Still Suing You for Overtime

Employers sometimes rely on equitable arguments, such as “unclean hands” (which asserts that it would not be fair to hold an employer liable when the employee’s actions caused or contributed to his own injury or damages). But the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (covering Alabama, Florida and Georgia) recently decided that an … Continue reading this entry