Tag: attorney fees

The First Monday in October: Supreme Court Roundup

The first Monday in October traditionally marks the beginning of the United States Supreme Court’s yearly term – and it provides an excellent opportunity to look at the cases the Court will be hearing this year.  In an earlier post, the World of Work brought you detailed discussion of the Court’s only Title VII case this term:  Lewis v. City of Chicago.  … Continue Reading

Recovery of Attorney Fees for the Employer in Oregon Wage and Hour Cases

A recent Oregon Court of Appeals case, Rogers v. RGIS, LLP, presents an opportunity for employers.  In Rogers, the court awarded an employer a whopping $180,854.09 in attorney fees.  The plaintiff brought one lawsuit but several wage and hour claims (overtime, minimum wage, late payment of final wages, unpaid wages for rest and meal breaks). … Continue Reading
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