ERISA Statute of Limitations at the Supreme Court

So, Tibble, Tibble, toil and trouble, to paraphrase (badly) Shakespeare (MacBeth, to be precise). And with that, I am going to launch into what I expect will be a number of posts concerning the Supreme Court’s decision to accept the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Tibble for review, limited to the application of ERISA’s six year statute of limitations.

What Does the Employer Know, and When Does It Know It? SCOTUS Grants Cert in EEOC V. Abercrombie Religious Discrimination Suit

By | Employment Law Lookout | October 9, 2014

On October 2, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to weigh in on the long-running litigation between EEOC and Abercrombie & Fitch over the retailer’s decision not to hire a Muslim teenager who interviewed for a position in a headscarf that violated its “Look” policy.