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This Week in the Courts: Learn About Recent Decisions Here

Have you been looking for a place where you can find recent court decisions? Now you can look here to find the latest decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court and federal appellate courts around the country. The new site feature, This Week in the Courts, will be updated weekly, starting today, and will feature all reported cases dealing with employment, labor, and employee benefits issues. With one click, you will be able to see the latest cases happening around the country. And if you read a case today, then need to reference it a couple of months later, don’t worry. We plan on keeping cases around for at least several months, so come back later if you find you need the case you read about today. We also plan to soon add all cases going back to the beginning of 2003, so if you would like to review older cases, please revisit us soon.

This new site feature is found in our site’s new “News and Issues” area, which contains this page (Today’s Workplace), and our Today’s News Headlines, another recently implemented site feature which contains the latest news about new court decisions and workplace trends. We hope you find all of these new interactive features helpful as you try to stay on top of the latest developments that affect workplace fairness.

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