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Cory E. Ridenour


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Cory Ridenour is an Associate in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice is focused primarily on representing employers in employment related litigation before administrative agencies and courts on both the state and federal levels.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Ridenour was an associate with a labor boutique firm in Kansas City. While attending law school, Mr. Ridenour served as president of the Vanderbilt Labor and Employment Law Society as well as community service chair for the Vanderbilt Bar Association Executive Board. He also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Joy Flowers Conti and interned with Region 26 of the National Labor Relations Board in its Nashville office.

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August 18, 2015

Paid Suspension Not Adverse Employment Action under Title VII, Third Circuit Holds

August 18, 2015

A paid suspension “typically” does not constitute an “adverse employment action” under the substantive provision of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Section 703), the federal appeals court in Philadelphia has held in a case of first impression for the circuit, joining other courts that have ruled on the issue.... Read More

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Rats, Pigs and Cats, Oh My: Union’s Display of Large Inflatable Animals and Bannering at Las Vegas Resort was Lawful, Board Judge Holds
September 2, 2015

Las Vegas, Nevada-based Laborers Local 872 did not violate the National Labor Relations Act by displaying four-foot high banners and inflatable animals 18 to 20 feet high around the perimeter of a casino and resort complex (Westgate), and partially blocking cars and patrons, because Westgate contracted with a non-union contractor (Nigro) Read More

Complaint Issued by NLRB’s Acting General Counsel was Unauthorized, Federal Appeals Court Rules
August 19, 2015

Vacating a Board order adopting an Administrative Law Judge’s decision holding that an employer violated Sections 8(a)(1) and (5) of the National Labor Relations Act by ceasing to pay longevity pay under a collective bargaining agreement between the employer and the union representing its employees, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Read More

Labor Board Rejects Micro-Unit at Retailer
September 4, 2014

In a long-awaited decision, the National Labor Relations Board has held that a petitioned-for “micro” bargaining unit consisting of women’s shoe sales associates working in two areas within a store, which followed no administrative or operational lines set by the store, was inappropriate under Specialty Healthcare, 357 NLRB No. Read More