Labor and Employment Law at the 2014-2015 Supreme Court: The Court Devotes Ten Percent of Its Docket to Statutory Interpretation in Employment Cases, But Rejects the Argument that What Employment Law Really Needs Is More Administrative Law
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Scott A. Moss, Labor and Employment Law at the 2014-2015 Supreme Court: The Court Devotes Ten Percent of Its Docket to Statutory Interpretation in Employment Cases, But Rejects the Argument that What Employment Law Really Needs Is More Administrative Law, 31 A.B.A. J. Lab. & Emp. L. 171 (2016), available at https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/faculty-articles/436.
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"This Article summarizes and analyzes eleven employment and labor law decisions, including nine from the Supreme Court's 2014-2015 Term. It discusses the implications of each case and analyzes district and appellate court cases applying the decisions."
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