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Discrimination Charges Filed With EEOC Dropped to 30-Year Low Last Year.
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A bill recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives would allow job applicants to sue for disparate impact discrimination under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
The latest memo in our “CWC Interstate” series looks at recent state and local employment law developments in the country’s Northeast region.
The appeals court ruled that sexually derogatory music blasted constantly throughout a workplace can give rise to a Title VII sex discrimination claim, even if the music is offensive to both female and male employees.
A plaintiff trying to prove intentional discrimination under Title VII generally must be able to show that she or he was treated differently from “similarly situated” co-workers. A recent ruling by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals shows that the
This federal appeals court ruling serves as a reminder that it does not take much for a plaintiff to make out a valid claim of retaliatory harassment under Title VII.
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