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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Coulee Catholic Schools v. LABOR AND INDUSTRY REVIEW COMM.

... 3 We conclude that both the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and the Freedom of Conscience Clauses in Article I, Section 18 of the Wisconsin Constitution preclude employment discrimination claims under §§ 111.31 to 111.395 of ...

Aldrich v. Labor and Industry Review Commission

... 14 We reject the argument that failing to apply the doctrine of claim preclusion will necessarily open the floodgates to re-litigation of identical federal and state employment discrimination claims. Where appropriate, the doctrine ...

COULEE CATHOLIC v. Labor and Industry Review Commission

... that the free exercise clause of the First Amendment [3] does not "categorically deprive [] the Department of 346 subject matter jurisdiction to review and investigate whether evidence supports a[n] . . . employment discrimination complaint filed against a religious association." Id. ...