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14-116Bullard v. Hyde Park Savings BankWhether an order denying confirmation of a bankruptcy plan is appealable. (Opinion by )
14-86Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc.Whether an employer can be liable under Title VII of the Civil Rights At of 1964 for refusing to hire an applicant or discharging an employee based on a “religious observance and practice” only if the employer has actual knowledge that a religious accommodation was required and the employer's actual knowledge resulted from direct, explicit notice from the applicant or employee. (Opinion by )
14-82Scott v. Albino(1) Whether an inmate’s subjective lack of awareness of existing grievance procedures excuses his failure to exhaust his administrative remedies, where there is no evidence that jail officials prevented, thwarted, or hindered him from knowing about them or otherwise prevented him from filing a grievance; and (2) whether a reviewing court may decline to apply the clear error standard of review to a district court's findings of fact on administrative exhaustion under the Prison Litigation Reform Act. (Opinion by )
14-93HealthBridge Management, LLC v. Kreisberg(1) Whether a companion authorization issued by the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board in conjunction with an order from the Board itself, purporting to possess a quorum and take the same action on its own behalf, suffices to authorize a section 10(j) proceeding commenced while the Board itself lacked a quorum to authorize it; and (2) whether the familiar four-factor test for preliminary injunctive relief articulated in Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. applies to preliminary injunctive relief sought in a petition under section 10(j) of the National Labor Relations Act, as a majority of circuits have held, or whether an entirely different and profoundly deferential standard applies, as the courts below held. (Opinion by )
14-200NACS, fka National Association of Convenience Stores v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve SystemWhether the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System’s regulation establishing a maximum allowable debit card interchange fee, 12 C.F.R. § 235.3, unlawfully permits banks to recover costs forbidden by the governing statute, 15 U.S.C. § 1693o-2(a)(4)(B). (Opinion by )
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