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U.S. Supreme Court,
Labor/Employment

Apr. 23, 2024

Supreme Court hears baristas' reinstatement case

Eric S. Beane, an attorney with the Foundation Law Group in Los Angeles who represents employers, said he believed Starbucks would prevail when the court releases its ruling in June.

The U.S. Supreme Court seemed to be leaning Tuesday toward requiring the National Labor Relations Board to meet a tougher standard when seeking an injunction forcing employers to reinstate workers who they fired during a battle over unionizing Starbucks Corp. before the case is decided.

But a California employment attorney, while rooting for that outcome, said the case is unlikely to have a significant impact in the state because the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals already uses ...

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