Suits by Suits Monthly Roundup - September 2012

| Jason M. Knott and Marcus, Ellen and William A. Schreiner, Jr. and Andrew P. Torrez

In September, Suits by Suits covered a wide array of disputes across many industries throughout many jurisdictions. Topics reported on include Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act  and Eaton Corporation’s quest to sue six of its engineers. We revisited the UVA failed coup, we discussed common lessons from the “If You Can’t Say Something Nice,” department, and even told a story about two cases with lessons about Title VII and the Equal Pay Act. We also discussed Merrill Lynch and mandatory employee arbitration clauses, how saving money saved an employer from age discrimination, and the statutes of limitations

In case you missed anything the first time around, here’s a roundup of all our posts from September: