class action news

Fortune—Reuters
10.25.2017

Outten & Golden attorneys are representing the plaintiffs - 3 women engineers: Ingrid Avendano, Roxana del Toro Lopez and Ana Medina in their racial and gender discrimination lawsuit against Uber.

Law360—Vin Gurrieri
10.18.2017

Outten & Golden partner Justin M. Swartz is quoted regarding Urban Outfitters Inc. individual employees bringing separate suits against the company over claims that it shorts workers on overtime pay.

Bloomberg—Josh Eidelson
10.10.2017

The federal agency tasked with combating workplace discrimination is about to get a Republican majority for the first time in a decade, inspiring relief among employers and anxiety among workers’ rights advocates. Outten & Golden LLP partner David Lopez is quoted.

Law.com—Erin Mulvaney
10.05.2017

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reversing the U.S. Justice Department’s stance that transgender employees should be protected in the workplace... Outten & Golden LLP partner David Lopez is quoted.

Tne New York TImes—Charlie Savage
10.05.2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday ordered the Justice Department to take the position in court cases that transgender people are not protected by a civil rights law that bans workplace discrimination based on sex. Outten & Golden LLP partner David Lopez is quoted.

Bloomberg—Josh Eidelson
09.29.2017

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether employees have the right to bring class actions against their bosses. Outten & Golden LLP partner Justin M. Swartz is quoted.

The National Law Journal—Erin Mulvaney
09.29.2017

Board member William Emanuel is asked to recuse. Outten & Golden LLP partner Justin M. Swartz is quoted.