Sometimes, no matter what you do; no matter what evidence you present; no matter what the law says – a judge is going to do whatever the judge wants to do. A good example of this proposition is found in the case of Edge v. TLW Energy Services, L.L.C., No. 22-50288,...
Don’t Count On Judges To Do What You Expect
by Brian Spitz | May 19, 2023 | Age Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Equal Pay Act Claims, Family Medical Leave Claims, Federal Law Update, Firm News, Gender Discrimination, Gender Identity Discrimination, Military Status Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, Non-Competition Disputes, Pregnancy Discrimination, Pregnancy Maternity Rights, Race Discrimination, Religious Discrimination, Retaliation, Sales Commission Disputes, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Wage: Minimum Wage, Wage: Overtime, Wage: Tipped Employees, Whistleblower Claims, Workers' Compensation Retaliation, Wrongful Termination