For years, interstate commercial truck drivers have been required to maintain paper logs in which they recorded the number of hours driven, the location of the truck routes, and other details. These paper logs were subject to errors and inaccuracies, and easily falsified. Pursuant to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, authorized safety officials may…

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This case arises out of the termination of a hospital employee after he requested leave pursuant to the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”). The trial court, however, found no evidence that the hospital interfered with the technologist’s right to take FMLA leave or that he was terminated as a result of his request for FMLA…

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A federal court in Pennsylvania denied an employer’s attempt to dismiss employment discrimination and retaliation claims prior to trial and ordered that the terminated employee was entitled to a jury trial. The employee was a public works director and borough engineer who had received good job performance ratings throughout his 30-year career. However, he was…

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