The U.S. Supreme Court will rule later this year in a complex case involving a former Cracker Barrel Old Country Store employee and the rights of an employee to sue under civil rights law for retaliation. The ruling in the case, which was argued before the high court last month and for which an opinion is expected this summer, will no doubt affect workers’ ability to sue employers as well as potentially affect employers’ risk for higher damage judgments and the length of ...

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