U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies the Extent of Judicial Review on Motions to Quash EEOC Subpoenas
McLane Company, Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
In early 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a district court’s decision to quash or enforce an EEOC subpoena should be reviewed by the appellate court for abuse of discretion. This decision harmonizes the U.S. appellate courts, as the Ninth Circuit previously was reviewing a district court’s decision on an EEOC subpoena de novo, assessing the factual evidence of the case and making a legal determination without regard for the findings by the court below.
Jonathan Meer focuses his practice on insurance coverage, including monitoring and coverage determinations, with a concentration on directors and officers (D&O), professional errors and omissions (E&O), lawyers’ (LPL), employment practices and cyber liability programs. Jonathan represents the interests of primary and excess insurers based in the United States, China, London and Bermuda in high-exposure claims against directors and officers of public and private companies, nonprofit boards, financial institutions and insurance companies. He has addressed claims related to shareholder class actions seeking multimillion-dollar damages against public companies and their directors and officers, as well as other high-profile fraud cases involving a variety of issues.
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