The Employment Law Reporter

February 4, 2021 | Employment & Labor

Here is what we cover in this issue of The Employment Law Reporter:

  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed the dismissal of an employment discrimination lawsuit.
  • A mediation agreement that resolved a plaintiff’s employment discrimination claims was enforceable, according to a federal district court in New York.
  • A university has defeated an assistant professor’s claim of discrimination in violation of the Federal Rehabilitation Act.
  • A federal district court has rejected a former school psychologist’s discrimination and retaliation lawsuit.
  • An appellate court has reversed a decision in favor of defendants in a restrictive covenant case.
  • A New York trial court has dismissed a salon’s lawsuit against six former employees seeking to enforce a non-compete clause contained in the employment agreements the employees had signed with a prior owner of the salon.
  • A trial court in New York has denied a plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction to prevent a former employee from contacting or soliciting the plaintiff’s existing clients for any business relating to services provided by the plaintiff.

Kenneth A. Novikoff

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