Employment Law

  • Bernard v. Alaska Airlines, Inc. In Bernard v. Alaska Airlines, Inc., the supreme court held that an employee may file suit against their employer to enforce rights that do not depend on the terms of a collective bargaining agreement, and that an employee need not exhaust all contractual remedies before bringing suit unless they have clearly and unmistakably waived ...
  • Municipality of Anchorage v. Stenseth   In Municipality of Anchorage v. Stenseth, In 1996, Lee Stenseth entered into a compromise and release agreement with his employer, the Municipality of Anchorage (“Municipality”), after ...
  • Rodriguez v. State, Commission for Human Rights In Rodriguez v. State, Commission for Human Rights, Rodriguez, a gay Hispanic man, was furloughed by his ...
  • Becker v. Fred Meyer Stores, Inc.   In Becker v. Fred Meyer Stores, Inc., While attempting to arrest an individual, who ...
  • Humphrey v. Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Inc.   In Humphrey v. Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Inc., Though he continually received medical care for his injury, Humphrey ...
  • Moody v. Royal Wolf Lodge   In Moody v. Royal Wolf Lodge, Moody, a pilot employed by Royal Wolf Lodge, brought ...
  • Resurrection Bay Auto Parts, Inc. v. Alder   In Resurrection Bay Auto Parts, Inc. v. Alder, It is undisputed ...
  • State, Division of Workers’ Compensation v. Titan Enterprises, LLC   In State, Division of Workers’ Compensation v. Titan, The Division of Workers’ Compensation (“the Division”) ...
  • Coppe v. Bleicher In Coppe v. Bleicher, the supreme court held that when the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board (“the Board”) errs by failing to apply a presumption of compensability, such an error may be considered harmless if the Board undertakes an alternative, hypothetical analysis where they do apply the presumption and the evidence presented adequately overcomes the ...
  • Louie v. BP Exploration Alaska, Inc. In Louie v. BP Exploration Alaska, Inc., At the time ...

Employment Law

  • Bernard v. Alaska Airlines, Inc. In Bernard v. Alaska Airlines, Inc., the supreme court held that an employee may file suit against their employer to enforce rights that do not depend on the terms of a collective bargaining agreement, and that an employee need not exhaust all contractual remedies before bringing suit unless they have clearly and unmistakably waived ...
  • Municipality of Anchorage v. Stenseth   In Municipality of Anchorage v. Stenseth, In 1996, Lee Stenseth entered into a compromise and release agreement with his employer, the Municipality of Anchorage (“Municipality”), after ...
  • Rodriguez v. State, Commission for Human Rights In Rodriguez v. State, Commission for Human Rights, Rodriguez, a gay Hispanic man, was furloughed by his ...
  • Becker v. Fred Meyer Stores, Inc.   In Becker v. Fred Meyer Stores, Inc., While attempting to arrest an individual, who ...
  • Humphrey v. Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Inc.   In Humphrey v. Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Inc., Though he continually received medical care for his injury, Humphrey ...
  • Moody v. Royal Wolf Lodge   In Moody v. Royal Wolf Lodge, Moody, a pilot employed by Royal Wolf Lodge, brought ...
  • Resurrection Bay Auto Parts, Inc. v. Alder   In Resurrection Bay Auto Parts, Inc. v. Alder, It is undisputed ...
  • State, Division of Workers’ Compensation v. Titan Enterprises, LLC   In State, Division of Workers’ Compensation v. Titan, The Division of Workers’ Compensation (“the Division”) ...
  • Coppe v. Bleicher In Coppe v. Bleicher, the supreme court held that when the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board (“the Board”) errs by failing to apply a presumption of compensability, such an error may be considered harmless if the Board undertakes an alternative, hypothetical analysis where they do apply the presumption and the evidence presented adequately overcomes the ...
  • Louie v. BP Exploration Alaska, Inc. In Louie v. BP Exploration Alaska, Inc., At the time ...