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In addition, simply hiring employees may expose directors and officers to employment practices litigation.
But he and Parisi both see data security litigation evolving in the same way as employment practices litigation did years ago and that means that risk is on the rise.
He added that a prevention-oriented approach combined with modern insurance coverage can help safeguard credit unions from potentially severe financial losses resulting from employment practices litigation, he added.
Homeowners should be aware of the many risks of employment practices litigation but should not be too fearful to open their doors to domestic help.
Hartwig said that the boom in employment practices litigation is being fueled by new legislation that allows the recovery of monetary damages in cases of intentional discrimination, vaguely worded federal and state anti-discrimination laws, conflicting court rulings, heightened public awareness and rapidly changing workforce demographics.
In the Union Pacific Railroad Employment Practices Litigation, a legal battle spanning three and a half years, Union Pacific has refused to provide contraceptive benefits to its unionized employees, claiming that "because fertility is 'normal,' contraception is not 'medically necessary.
Property and Casualty Insurance agents may be the bearer of bad news when clients discover their liability insurance plan does not cover employment practices litigation and loss," noted Merten.
District Court for the District of Nebraska granted plaintiffs' motion for multi-state class action status in the Union Pacific Railroad Employment Practices Litigation.