President Trump recently nominated Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A conservative justice serving for the Court of Appeals covering Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin, Judge Barrett aligns herself as a textualist judge — one who reads and interprets the law as it is written.
What would it mean for employers if she’s confirmed? According to this analysis by OMA Connections Partner Frantz Ward, Barrett’s employment law decisions have resulted in significant victories for employers. 10/8/2020