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Court Fights Surge Over Arbitration Carveout for Workers

Litigation has skyrocketed in recent years over workers’ attempts to avoid mandatory arbitration of their employment disputes, resulting in a legal landscape that will remain muddled absent intervention by the nation’s top court.

Darden Tipped Wages Lead to Harassment, Pay Gaps, Suit Says (1)

Darden Restaurants Inc.'s practice of paying workers a tipped minimum wage encourages illegal workplace sexual harassment and results in wage gaps for employees of color, a worker advocacy group claims in a lawsuit against the operator of eateries including The Capital Grille, Olive Garden and Longhorn Steakhouse.

A $16 Billion Firm? It’s Coming if Kirkland Repeats Its Decade

In a year where many firms’ results look like historical anomalies, Kirkland & Ellis’ big year was more in line with its breakaway decade of growth. Here’s how big and profitable the firm will be if it turns in another 11-year financial performance like it just did.

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Covid-19 Vaccine: Can Your Employer Make You Take It?

As the Covid-19 vaccines roll out, first to frontline workers and the elderly, then to the general public, employers are making plans to return to their offices. How quickly they succeed will likely depend on how many of their employees get vaccinated.

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