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Penn State Adjunct Researcher’s Wage Deal Rejected by Judge

A $97,500 settlement between Pennsylvania State University and a former adjunct research assistant, who says he had a “gentleman’s agreement” with the university but was never paid for his work, isn’t enforceable, a federal judge in Philadelphia ruled Thursday.

D.C. Circuit Mulls Dismissal of Gender Pay Reporting Appeal (1)

The D.C. Circuit appeared open to dismissing the government’s appeal in a case that challenges the revival of a landmark collection of U.S. worker pay data by gender and race, if a lower court resolves how many employers must still turn over pay data to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Avis Budget Group Accused of Multiple Wage, Break Violations

Avis Budget Group Inc. faces a suit in New Jersey federal court by a group of former employees in four states who claim the international vehicle-rental and car-sharing company violated wage and break provisions of federal and state labor laws.

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