Monthly Archives December 2015

Recently, in Diamond v. Hospice of Florida Keys, Inc., Case No. 15-CV-10007-KING, 2015 WL 7758513, at *5 (S.D. Fla. Dec. 1, 2015), the Southern District of Florida granted summary judgment in a Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) interference and retaliatory case.  In doing so, the Court rejected a plaintiff’s illogical arguments and unsupported assumptions to find there was no genuine…

The Third Circuit recently adopted the predominant benefit test to determine whether employees’ meal periods are compensable under the FLSA. In Babcock v. Butler County, Case No.: 14-1467 (3d. Cir. Nov. 24, 2015), the plaintiff, a corrections officer at the Butler County Prison, alleged that Butler County failed to properly compensate her and those similarly situated for overtime.  In this…

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