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Author Archives: Michael Kirkpatrick
IPR’s Civil Rights/Public Interest section is working with Georgetown Law Professor Adam J. Levitin to prepare an amicus brief that will be filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in Bank of America v. Caulkett. Professor Levitin’s research on the impact … Continue reading
During Fall 2014, the Civil Rights/Public Interest section of IPR filed five lawsuits. In federal district court, we filed a retaliation and wage case on behalf of a worker misclassified as exempt from overtime, and terminated by his employer when … Continue reading