Employers Win Against EEOC on Conciliation

As noted in a SeyfarthShaw blog, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Mach Mining, LLC v. EEOC, No. 13-1019 (U.S. 2015), and concluded, in a unanimous opinion authored by Justice Kagan, that federal courts have the authority to review the EEOC’s conciliation efforts.  In language that is sure to be repeated back… Continue reading Employers Win Against EEOC on Conciliation

Oh, the Irony: Insider Theft Hurts NYC Small Business; Yet Credit Checks Banned in the City

Just a week after the New York City Council passed an ordinance nearly prohibiting all credit background checks in the city, we picked up two New York Post stories of insider employment theft from two small businesses.  While the stories do not say whether the employers conducted credit background checks of the alleged thieves, it… Continue reading Oh, the Irony: Insider Theft Hurts NYC Small Business; Yet Credit Checks Banned in the City

CDIA Provides Testimony to Congress

CDIA filed supplemental testimony with the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections of the House Education and the Workforce Committee in connection with its March 24, 2015 hearing on a package of bills intended to reform EEOC practices.  Our testimony clears up a number of misstatements made at the hearing.  The testimony offered now builds on the written… Continue reading CDIA Provides Testimony to Congress