Eric Schnapper

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Betts, Patterson & Mines P.S. Endowed Professorship in Trial Advocacy

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  • - Law360 A pending U.S. Supreme Court case that turns on whether former Amazon.com warehouse workers must be paid for time spent on anti-theft security screenings could invite businesses to impose “all kinds of mandatory off-the-clock work” on employees, veteran Supreme Court advocate Eric Schnapper, who represents the plaintiffs, told Law360 in a recent interview.  (9/24/14)
  • - Los Angeles Times
    Outside accountants and lawyers who reveal fraud and wrongdoing at companies are protected just as employees, the Supreme Court rules. "They are like most employees," said Eric Schnapper, a University of Washington law professor who represented the workers before the Supreme Court. "If they saw something wrong, they wanted to fix it. And they thought the higher-ups should know about it."
     
    (3/6/14)
  • - Reuters The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to employers by ruling that a group of unionized steel workers does not have to be paid for the time they spend "donning and doffing" safety gear before and after their shifts. Prof. Eric Schnapper argued on behalf of the workers last fall. (1/29/14)

Last updated 5/5/2014