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Dismissing a complaint so it can go to arbitration does not stop the clock on the statute of limitations, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania ruled Friday.
Three women who were part of a nationwide class of current and former Walmart Inc. workers that was dissolved by the U.S. Supreme Court filed a new federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania on Friday alleging they were discriminated against on the basis of their gender.
In this week’s Taxation with Representation, Nvidia buys Mellanox Technologies in a $6.9 billion deal, Brookfield Asset Management pays $4.8 billion for a majority stake in Oaktree Capital Group LLC, Equitrans Midstream acquires controlling interests in two U.S. natural gas pipelines for $1.03 billion and TPG buys Goodnight Midstream for $930 million.
Philadelphia officials urged the Third Circuit on Friday to reverse a lower court's finding that a law barring employers from asking applicants to reveal their past salary violates free speech, arguing that the judge improperly rejected evidence that the practice perpetuates wage discrimination.
The Pittsburgh-based union for printers, publishers and media workers wants to force its parent, the Communications Workers of America, into arbitration over staffing, budgeting and its threat to shut down the lesser union, according to a complaint filed Friday in Pennsylvania federal court.