an update for the week of september 16, 2003
Each week, Workplace Week brings you news and commentary on critical issues affecting employees and advocates. Workplace Week now returns after a one-week vacation.

In this edition: disability leave and new drug testing case.
today's workplace: the employee rights blog
Look, the Administration Created One Job: The Administration's Labor Day solution for the plight of the American worker: to create one job. At a Labor Day rally in Ohio, the President announced that he would create a new national position: assistant secretary of commerce for manufacturing.
this week in the courts
Ishikawa v. Delta Airlines, Inc.  (Ninth Circuit; No. 01-35863)
Decision Date: September 12, 2003
An airline employee's state common law tort action against a negligent urine testing laboratory is not preempted by the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 and related FAA regulations.
Hadnot v. Bay, Ltd.  (Fifth Circuit; No. 03-40325)
Decision Date: September 11, 2003
The district court did not err in holding the arbitration provision of an employment contract valid and enforceable, after striking a ban on the arbitrator's authority to award exemplary and punitive damages as applied to a Title VII claim.
Fraser v. Goodale  (Ninth Circuit; No. 01-36018)
Decision Date: September 8, 2003
An ADA plaintiff presented a genuine issue of material fact that her diabetes substantially limited her daily activity of eating; contents of a diary could be considered at the summary judgment stage.
this week's headlines
what's new at wf
Unions on the Move  Includes the latest developments and news coverage involving labor unions and their members, such as contract negotiations, strikes, lawsuits, and workplace organizing, and more.
Workplace Week: Media Supplement  Workplace Week, the Workplace Fairness e-newsletter, is now available in a special edition designed specifically for members of the media who cover workplace stories.
One Percent For Justice
action center
Protect Your Right to Overtime
Demand Fair Judges!
Workplace Week is published weekly by Workplace Fairness,a non-profit
public benefit organization allied with the National Employment Lawyers Association.
Workplace Fairness wants to hear from you. Please write us.
NELA
Tell a friend about Workplace Week by clicking here.
contact us  |  privacy policy  |  subscribe/unsubscribe
workplace fairness
Copyright © 2003 Workplace Fairness