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Labor Department's pursuit of pastor who ran restaurant 'troubling,' Sixth Circuit says; Restaurant closed after district court ruling

By John Breslin | Apr 30, 2018

CINCINNATI (Legal Newsline) – A pastor and his church will not have to pay hundreds of thousands in back pay to congregants who volunteered to work at a restaurant he operated in Ohio following a federal appeals court ruling.

Federal courts taking another look at transgender individuals' rights under Title VII

By Justin Stoltzfus | Mar 30, 2018

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Seemingly at odds with some recent activities by the federal Department of Justice, federal circuit courts in various parts of the country seem poised to take a new look at various kinds of gender and gender-identity discrimination.

Sixth Circuit decision opens the door for local right-to-work laws

By Heather Doyle | Jan 12, 2017

CINCINNATI (Legal Newsline) – A federal appeal's court’s decision to uphold a Kentucky county’'s right-to-work ordinance and restrict labor unions' roles in the workplace could motivate other local governments to fight for right-to-work legislation, and may have been the push for Kentucky to become the 27th state to enact a state-wide, right-to-work law.

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