Brandt Loses Bid For 2nd Keep In Ex-Employee’s Biometric Go well with

Law360 (March 18, 2021, 10:42 p.m. EDT) – An Illinois federal judge on Thursday turned down construction equipment maker Brandt Industries’ offer to stop a former employee’s biometric privacy suit a second time while issues that could affect his or her claims find their way by the appellate courts of the state.

U.S. magistrate judge Jonathan Hawley said he would not keep the biometric privacy suit of former Brandt employee Joseph Sherman until state appeals courts clarified issues related to the employee compensation waiver and statute of limitations, as the precedent sets seems to advocate the same outcome on these issues. His lawsuit is likely to continue no matter what the courts say.

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