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Rolls-Royce Corp.

  • Rolls-Royce faces whistleblower suit

    U.S. District Judge William Lawrence decided on Monday that Rolls-Royce Corp. must face a whistleblower lawsuit. Judge Lawrence ruled that plaintiffs Thomas McArtor and Keith Ramsey, both former Rolls-Royce quality control offices, could move forward on two of their four liability theories.

  • Roundup: 4th, 7th, 8th and 10th Circuits

    Wage law not a fundamental public policy; Employers not liable for employees' off-the-clock work; Decision aids plaintiffs alleging trade secret misappropriation; Employee's "primary duty" is a question of fact, not law

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