Poor v. Starbucks Corporation

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Case Number:

1:22-cv-07255

Court:

New York Eastern

Nature of Suit:

Labor: Labor/Mgt. Relations

Judge:

Allyne R. Ross

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  1. July 15, 2024

    Union Must Comply With Starbucks Subpoenas, Judge Says

    Workers United and former Starbucks employees must provide information requested in subpoenas about impacts to union support at a Long Island cafe following a worker's firing, a New York federal judge ruled, saying the company's probe is relevant to a National Labor Relations Board injunction case.

  2. April 15, 2024

    Union, Workers Fight Subpoena Order Over NY Starbucks

    Workers United and former Starbucks employees objected to a federal judge's order to comply with a subpoena of communications about workers' sentiments toward the union at a Long Island, New York, store, arguing the company's information bids run counter to workers' confidentiality and privacy rights.

  3. April 01, 2024

    Union, Workers Must Comply With Starbucks' Subpoenas

    Workers United and a fired Starbucks employee must comply with subpoenas seeking information about workers' sentiments toward the union at a Long Island cafe following the worker's termination, a New York magistrate judge ruled, finding no confidentiality concerns.

  4. September 01, 2023

    NY Forecast: 2nd Circ. Hears Bid To Revive Bias Suit

    This week, the Second Circuit will hear a former health care company employee's attempt to revive a lawsuit claiming the company unlawfully discriminated against her based on her perceived relationship status because she had a child with a co-worker before her employment. Here, Law360 explores this and other major labor and employment cases on the docket in New York.

  5. August 04, 2023

    NY Forecast: Delta Looks To End Attendant's Bias Suit

    In the coming week, a New York federal judge will consider Delta Air Lines' bid to dismiss a former flight attendant's suit claiming she was discriminated against after complaining that her ex-husband, a pilot, raped and abused her. Here, Law360 explores this and other major labor and employment cases on the docket in New York.

  6. April 04, 2023

    Union, NLRB Fight Starbucks' Challenge To Discovery Ruling

    A New York federal court made the right decision when it narrowed subpoenas that Starbucks filed seeking information about workers' union activity, and the coffee chain should not be allowed to expand the scope of its inquiries, labor prosecutors and the workers' union told the court Tuesday.

  7. March 27, 2023

    Starbucks' Discovery Narrowed In Long Island NLRB Case

    A New York federal judge on Monday rejected most of a set of contested Starbucks subpoenas seeking information about Workers United's union campaign, saying the company's novel discovery bid went beyond what belongs in National Labor Relations Board injunction cases.

  8. March 24, 2023

    NY Forecast: 2nd Circ. To Hear Uber Drivers' Pay Suit

    This week, the Second Circuit will hear arguments from a class of Uber drivers who say they should not be forced to arbitrate their claims that the ride-hailing company illegally deducted sales tax and other fees from their fares. Here, Law360 looks at that case and other major labor and employment cases on the docket in the state. 

  9. March 14, 2023

    NLRB GC Asks To Change Discovery Order In Starbucks Spat

    National Labor Relations Board attorneys urged a New York federal magistrate judge to change a protective order in an ongoing discovery dispute with Starbucks, asking the court to allow only attorneys, not managers, to view confidential information.

  10. February 24, 2023

    NY Forecast: NY Judge Hears Row Over Starbucks Subpoenas

    This week, a New York federal magistrate judge will hear arguments over subpoenas Starbucks has issued as part of a National Labor Relations Board lawsuit accusing the coffee giant of retaliating against union supporters at a Long Island cafe. Here, Law360 looks at that case and other major labor and employment cases on the docket in the state.