Post Profile






Court: Workers can't be fired for refusing to share tips

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that workers cannot be fired for refusing to share tips. In a divided opinion, the court ruled Wednesday in favor of a bartender fired … Click to Continue »
read more

share
See more about: Supreme Court

Related Posts


Conviction overturned for woman who inhaled chemical, drove

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

The Minnesota Supreme Court has reversed the impaired driving convictions of a woman who was found slumped over in her car on three occasions after allegedly inhaling compressed air from … Click to Continue »

Ohio court overturns death sentence in bartender's death

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

A divided Ohio Supreme Court has overturned the conviction and death sentence of a man accused of raping and fatally stabbing a bartender. The court's 4-3 decision Wednesday sent the … Click to Continue »

Supreme Court denies petition for help from public defenders

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

The New Mexico Supreme Court says it will not intervene on behalf of public defenders who say they are overwhelmed by cases from poor defendants. Court officials on Wednesday confirmed … Click to Continue »

Justices could rule out business liability under 1789 law

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

The Supreme Court appears ready to rule out lawsuits in U.S. courts against businesses by foreign victims of human rights abuses and extremist attacks. A case argued Wednesday pitted Israeli … Click to Continue »

Supreme Court refuses to hear Kentucky foster care case

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case involving a growing number of Kentucky relatives providing free foster care for children. The Courier-Journal reports that the result is … Click to Continue »

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC