The dollar figure of the back pay award
is in negotiation.
In Alverez' original complaint, he had sought reinstatement to his former position, back pay since the date of his termination, interest on the back pay award
, costs and attorney fees, and "any other relief deemed appropriate" by the FMSHRC.
Following the trial, the district court granted the plaintiff's post-trial motion to augment the jury's award to offset the negative tax consequences that she would incur from receiving the lump-sum back pay award
2d DCA February 1, 2006), the court held that the plaintiff's attorneys' fees, costs and expenses, compensatory damages, and back pay award
were collectively subject to the limitation on the "total amount of recovery" provided for in F.
The Court ruled that because the policy goals of IRCA outweigh those of the NLRA, the immigration act precluded any back pay award
to undocumented immigrants under the labor act.
A NATIONALIST politician has condemned a pounds 25,000 Ministry of Defence back pay award
to paratrooper Lee Clegg for his time in jail in relation to shooting at a stolen car in which two west Belfast teenagers were killed.
There is important "consciousness raising" in this book, and it is done effectively and usefully by discussing important issues rarely raised in arbitration hearings, such as awarding interest on back pay owed for a breach of a collective bargaining contract and deducting from a back pay award
unemployment compensation benefits received during a period of layoff or suspension.
First, the Court reasoned that a back pay award
would "subvert" IRCA because it would require "recognizing employer misconduct [under the NLRA] but discounting the misconduct [under IRCA] of illegal alien employees.
The Supreme Court recently held that a back pay award
resulting from a Title VII claim for sex-based employment discrimination is not sheltered from taxation under the Sec.
The government, in its petition for Supreme Court review in the Burke case, argued that there was a conflict between Burke and the holding of the Fourth Circuit in Thompson that a back pay award
Justice Stephen Breyer--joined by justices John Paul Stevens, David Souter, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg--argued that a back pay award
"helps make labor-law enforcement credible; it makes clear that violating the labor laws will not pay.
The plaintiff's back pay award
in Thompson was based on a pay differential that resulted because male employees received higher pay than similarly situated female employees.