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What’s new in workplace litigation? Catch up on the latest employment, labor, and benefits lawsuits filed in federal courts over the last week with Bloomberg Law’s “New Work Suits.”
More than 500 new complaints were filed in U.S. district courts the week of May 27. The southern districts of Florida and New York had the largest share of case filings. Together, nearly 15 percent of all workplace complaints were filed in the two jurisdictions. By topic, complaints alleging some form of workplace bias led the way, with 256 lawsuits filed in federal courts.
Disney, engaged in labor contract talks at a theme park on the west coast, was the target of a labor union lawsuit involving a park on the east coast. And the Trump administration saw a new round of lawsuits over an executive order. Here are a few notable names in the latest case filings:
Looking for more analytics on employment and benefits cases filed in U.S. courts? Bloomberg Law’s “New Work Suits” gives you up-to-date information on the latest employment and benefits complaints filed in U.S. district courts. For more information on any of the recent filings, subscribers can click here to access Bloomberg Law’s dockets search.
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