Wednesday round-up

On Monday the Court issued its decision in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch, reversing the Tenth Circuit’s ruling that the retailer could not be held liable for failing to hire a Muslim teenager who wears a headscarf when the woman had failed to notify the company that she would need accommodations.  I covered the decision in Plain English for this blog, with commentary from Alex Luchenitser at ACSblog.
In the Washington Times, John Engler urges the Court to grant review and weigh in on “a handful of cases that present a persistently stubborn question: In a class-action lawsuit, just what exactly is a class?”  And Tim Bishop and Chad Clamage do the same at Mayer Brown’s Class Defense Blog, suggesting that the Court is likely to grant one or more of the “cert petitions, [which] now ask the

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