Supervisors on the line: The case of Vance v. Ball State

Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journal Employment

In this article, Littler’s Denise Visconti and Mark Phillis detail oral argument heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Vance v. Ball State University. The case addressed a “long-standing split among the federal circuit courts of appeal over how much authority an employee must have over a co-worker to be deemed a ‘supervisor.” Denise and Mark provide insight regarding the possible implications of the Supreme Court’s decision for employers.

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