Sixth Circuit Affirms EEOC Credit-Check Case Dismissal

Less than three weeks after oral argument, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court order granting summary judgment in favor of Kaplan in one of the EEOC’s most high profile cases – EEOC v. Kaplan Higher Education Corp. The EEOC brought suit against Kaplan for using credit-checks in its hiring process – “the same type [...]

New Vermont Legislation Allows ‘Dormant’ Captives

 Captive legislation signed into law late last week, among other provisions, creates a “dormant” status for captives, allowing a captive that has ceased insurance operations to cost-effectively retain its license so that it can eventually resume operations. The new legislation, which takes effect immediately, offers a feasible option to closing a captive, said David Provost, [...]

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