Employee’s FMLA Go well with Over Constitution’s Medical Inquiry Tossed

Law360 (Mar 29, 2021, 9:00 p.m. EDT) – A federal judge in Kentucky on Monday threw back a potential class action lawsuit by a former Charter Communications LLC employee, ruling the company did not break federal law when it went on to medical Worker Data Requested She advised colleagues not to call 911 when they saw a seizure.

U.S. District Judge David Hale upheld Charter’s motion for a summary judgment against former call center employee Brandi Gray, saying she had given up her claim under the Family and Medical Leave Act. The nixed individual lawsuit also condemned Gray’s potential chance of collective action over the charter’s alleged “pattern or practice” of affecting employees’ FMLA rights.

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