Supreme Court Nominee’s Rulings May Offer Insight on Gig Work and other Workplace Issues
In an interview with Bloomberg Law, Richard Meneghello examines Amy Coney Barrett’s record on labor and employment cases to see how she might approach cases at the Supreme Court. After examining her tenure on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, he says her decisions seem reasonable and she doesn’t seem to have a vitriolic streak, often taking employer interests under consideration. He adds caution, however, saying that employers shouldn’t count on her as an automatic vote.
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