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A panel of the Atlanta-based federal appeals court has rejected a defense that employers have been raising in the face of wage-and-hour lawsuits.
Prosecutors' investigation of innocence claims boosted the number of prisoner exonerations to a record level in 2014, according to the National Registry of Exonerations at the University of Michigan Law School.
A requirement that two city police employees undergo off-duty alcohol treatment and counseling to keep their jobs is not "work" requiring compensation under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, a federal judge ruled Monday.
A Foley & Lardner partner's response to sanctions threatened by the U.S. Supreme Court may be made public next month as the result of a surprise change in court policy.