Bloomberg Law
Dec. 5, 2022, 10:34 PM

Case: Wage & Hour/FMLA Interference (D.N.J.)

Alstom Transportation Inc.‘s motion for summary judgment was granted in part and denied in part on a lead service technician’s claims of interference and retaliation under the Family and Medical Leave Act, a federal district court in New Jersey ruled. According to the court, the technician notified his supervisor verbally and in writing of his mother’s cancer diagnosis and his need to take leave to care for her and his grandmother. A reasonable jury could conclude that Alstom’s failure to provide initial individualized notice to him that he qualified for FMLA leave, it’s terms and his obligations, prejudiced him and ...