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EEOC Ponders Ways to Curb Retaliation Against Workers Who Pursue Bias Claims
June 24
Court Revives Transgender Worker's Claims Versus Union Despite Lack of EEOC Charge
June 24
Lack of Federal Funding Doesn't Shield Kansas Subunit From Rehabilitation Act Suit
June 24
Manager's Possible ‘Determinative Influence' In Firing Supports Worker's Age Bias Claim
June 24
Former State Worker's ADA Claim Barred By Sovereign Immunity, 10th Cir. Affirms
June 24
Employee Need Not Plead Prima Facie Case To Avoid Dismissal of Workplace Bias Claim
June 24
ADA Title II Doesn't Cover Public Employers, 4th Cir. Says, but Blind Worker Still Gets Trial
June 24
Republicans Float Pregnancy Bias Measure To Clarify Workers' Accommodations Rights
June 24
Online University Can't Nix Retaliation Claims By Worker Who Had Uterine Fibroid Surgery
June 24
‘Perceived as Muslim' Bell Telephone Worker To Get Trial on Religious Bias, Related Claims
June 24
Female Doctors' Retaliation Claims OK'd, But Sex Bias Allegations Deemed Untimely
June 24
Fired FedEx Driver Can Show Race Bias But Not Retaliation, District Court Rules
June 24
Charge Filing Differs Under Title VII, ADEA, Court Says, Nixing Worker's Race Bias Claim
June 24
Bank Worker Terminated While on Maternity Leave Has Viable FMLA Claims, Judge Rules
June 24
Justices Won't Review Federal Worker's Bid to Revive Untimely Job Bias Lawsuit
June 24
Panel Debates New EEOC Wellness Plan Rule As Need for Financial Incentives Still Unclear
June 24
OFCCP Alleges Harassment, Hiring, Pay Bias Against Construction Staffing Subcontractor
June 24
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
June 24
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
June 24
Don't Get Swept Up in the FCRA Flood—Understanding Common Pitfalls and Practical Guidance for Minimizing Risk
June 24
EEOC Task Force on Harassment Mulls Data, Prevention Strategies
June 17
City Didn't Show Driving Bus Was Essential To Mechanic's Helper Position, 7th Cir. Says
June 17
State Didn't Violate Title VII by Barring Men In Certain Female-Prison Jobs, 9th Cir. Rules
June 17
Worker Fired for Being ‘Self-Oriented' Didn't Establish Age Bias Claim, Eighth Circuit Says
June 17
Seventh Circuit Nixes Sergeant's Bias Claims, Supports Revamped Summary Judgment Test
June 17
Senate Appropriations Panel Clears Bill Funding EEOC at $364.5 Million in 2016
June 17
Sanders Pushes Mandatory Paid Vacation In Effort to Reclaim ‘Family Values' Torch
June 17
Financial Regulators Release Statement On Dodd-Frank Diversity, Inclusion Standards
June 17
Worker Legally Fired for Using Marijuana While Off Duty, Colorado High Court Says
June 17
New York City Council Approves New Law On Worker Criminal Background Checks
June 17
Burger King Must Show Actual Notice Of Policy to Force Worker to Arbitrate
June 17
EEOC, United Resolve for $1 Million Claims Over Reassignment as ADA Accommodation
June 17
West Virginia Justices Trim $500,000 Off Workers' $1 Million Sex Harassment Award
June 17
Judge Upholds $100K in Punitive Damages To Two Female Workers Alleging Harassment
June 17
Fired Seventh-Day Adventist Partly Proves Title VII Retaliation Claim, Court Decides
June 17
City Must Prove Its System for Promoting Firefighters Doesn't Exclude Black Applicants
June 17
Black ‘Sitter' Fired for Failure to Supervise Teen Patients Can Proceed With Race Claim
June 17
Virginia County to Face Bias Lawsuit Over Boss' Allegedly Sexist, Anti-Catholic Remarks
June 17
Justices to Consider Tribal Court Jurisdiction; Fifth Circuit Allowed Lawsuit Against Retailer
June 17
Justices Decline to Review Challenge To OFCCP's Section 503 Disability Rules
June 17
Employment Case Denied Review June 15, 2015
June 17
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
June 17
EEOC Sends Message to Private Sector On Transgender Workers' Restroom Rights
June 10
Black Caterpillar Engineer Wasn't Meeting Expectations, Lacks Bias Claim, 7th Cir. Says
June 10
Inability to Perform Essential Job Functions Doomed Discrimination Plaintiff's Bias Claim
June 10
Lack of Candor, Not Racial Discrimination, Led to Agent's Firing, Fifth Circuit Decides
June 10
Title VII Complaint Timely Filed, Even If Plaintiff Sought Fee Waiver, 9th Cir. Says
June 10
Bipartisan Group Floats Pregnancy Bias Bill To Address Justices' Accommodations Ruling
June 10
Perez Tells National Partnership That Fight For Paid Leave and Better Pay Must Continue
June 10
House Passes Budget Measure Funding EEOC at $364.5 Million for Fiscal 2016
June 10
Agencies Issue Guide on LGBT Discrimination Protections Available for Federal Employees
June 10
In Retail Sector, Black and Latino Employees Face Many Obstacles, Demos and NAACP Say
June 10
Average Wages of Working Mothers Trail Those of Fathers, Report Says
June 10
Oregon Advances Bills Intended to Protect Workers From Wage Theft and Employer Bias
June 10
State Legislators OK Ban on Requiring Workers Not to Share Wage Information
June 10
New York City Mayor Signs Legislation Requiring Reports on Firefighter Hiring
June 10
EEOC Sues Financial Firm for Alleged Bias Against Transitioning Transgender Employee
June 10
Worker With ADD Lacks Disability, Age Bias Claims After Firing for Personal Talk at Work
June 10
Hispanic TSA Security Manager Lacks Race-Based Hostile Environment Claim
June 10
Employee With Breathing Problems at Work Not Disabled Under ADA, Federal Judge Says
June 10
Court Says Costco Worker Didn't Abandon Administrative Charge by Joining Class Action
June 10
Justices Deny County's Bid to Review Ruling Reviving Fired Worker's Religious Bias Claim
June 10
Employment Case Denied Review June 8, 2015
June 10
Panel Examines 1965 Executive Order As Measure Marks Its 50th Anniversary
June 10
Conference Calendar
June 10
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
June 10
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
June 10
Employers Can Ease Gender Transitions With Clear Policies, Education and Respect
June 10
Guidance on Transgender Restroom Access Raises Enforcement Concerns for Employers
June 10
Abercrombie Ruling Means More Bias Training, Accommodation Consideration
June 10
4th Cir. Rules 2-1 Black Nucor Workers May Proceed as Class on Race Bias Claims
May 20
7th Cir. Finds One of Three Former DeVry Workers Has Viable Title VII Retaliation Claim
May 20
Signed Policy Manual Acknowledgment Form Waived Employee's Right to Resist Arbitration
May 20
Former Zambian Embassy Employee's Claims Revived Due to District Court Service Errors
May 20
House Democrats Tout Economic Agenda To Enhance Conditions for Working Women
May 20
ACLU Seeks Investigation of Hollywood, Alleging Discrimination Against Women
May 20
Asians Underrepresented in Executive Ranks At Silicon Valley Tech Giants, Study Asserts
May 20
EEOC Launches Pilot Program on Electronic Filing
May 20
Staffing Firm Resolves Two EEOC Lawsuits For $800,000 in Damages and Other Relief
May 20
Work and Family Policies Falling Short For Many Female Employees, Speakers Say
May 20
Including LGBT in Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Is Good for Business, Speaker Says
May 20
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
May 20
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
May 20
Single Incident Can Support Title VII Claims Of Harassment, Retaliation, 4th Cir. Decides
May 13
Disciplined White Officer Lacks Due Process Or Retaliation Claims, Eighth Circuit Affirms
May 13
Sixth Circuit Revives Race Bias Claims Of Black Employee Fired After Office Spat
May 13
Senate Republicans Launch Investigation Of Labor Department, EEOC Guidance Use
May 13
Changes to FAR Clauses Reflecting New Contractor EEO Mandates Finalized
May 13
New York City Mayor Signs Measure Barring Employer Use of Credit Checks
May 13
California Employers Must Show FEHA Claim Lacks Objective Basis to Recover Court Costs
May 13
Court Says No Need for Burger King Worker Alleging Rape to Arbitrate Harassment Claims
May 13
Pittsburgh Will Pay $1.6 Million, Overhaul Police Hiring to Settle Class Race Bias Case
May 13
DOJ Settles Case Alleging 66-Year-Old Boss Sexually Assaulted 18-Year-Old Maine Worker
May 13
OFCCP and Comcast Settle for $190,000 Charges of Sex and Race Bias in Hiring, Pay
May 13
Infosys Can't Boot White Workers' Allegations Of Preference for All-South Asian Workforce
May 13
NELI Speakers Highlight Litigation Trends Under Amended ADA, EEOC Wellness Rule
May 13
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
May 13
EEOC Conciliation Subject to Court Scrutiny, But Scope of Review Is Limited, Justices Say
May 6
Labor, Community Organizing Necessary For Black Worker Progress, Report Says
May 6
For Employers Facing Talent Shortfalls, Older Workers Would Be a Boon, AARP Study Says
May 6
OFCCP Announces 7 Percent VEVRAA Benchmark
May 6
House Passes Resolution to Stop D.C. Law Banning Reproductive Health Discrimination
May 6
NFL Commissioner Can't Serve as Arbitrator Of Former Rams Employee's Age Bias Claim
May 6
New York Assembly Passes Legislation Setting Equal Pay for Women, Minorities
May 6
Union Pacific Still Bound by EEOC Subpoena Even Though Charging Parties Lost Lawsuits
May 6
Jury Must Decide If Nurse Who Collapsed At Work Knew She Received Unauthorized IV
May 6
Nurse With Epilepsy Fired After Drug Test Raises Jury Issue of Job Bias, Court Says
May 6
Amtrak Employee in California Gets Trial In State Law Disability Discrimination Case
May 6
California Prison Worker Gets Trial on Claims Based on Sexual Harassment by Supervisor
May 6
Timing Alone Isn't Enough to Establish Causal Link for Title VII Retaliation Claim
May 6
Worker With Cancer Fired After Requesting Leave Raises Triable ADA and FMLA Claims
May 6
Fired Secretary Can Use Time-Barred Acts To Support Retaliation Claim, Judge Rules
May 6
Justices Won't Review ADA Bias Claim Of Guard Receiving Disability Benefits
May 6
‘Family Responsibilities Discrimination' Often Involves Implicit Bias, Lawyer Says
May 6
Conference Calendar
May 6
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
May 6
Do Penalties in Mandatory Wellness Programs Violate ADA's Title I?
May 6
ERISA Lawyers Mull Same-Sex Marriage Case; Plan Sponsors Hoping for Uniformity, Clarity
May 6
Justices Agree to Review Timeliness Issue On Title VII Constructive Discharge Claims
April 29
6th Cir. Upholds $1.5M Jury Award to EEOC In Retaliation Case Against Logistics Firm
April 29
Black Fire District Chief's Nonselection Not Adverse for Bias Claims, 5th Cir. Says
April 29
Ninth Circuit Revives FEHA Disability Claims Of Former UPS Driver With Lifting Restriction
April 29
State Law Barring Pregnancy Bias in Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling Heads to Governor
April 29
It's Just Lunch, Texas Supreme Court Rules, Denying Terminated Aide's Retaliation Claim
April 29
House Committee Moves to Block D.C. Law Banning Reproductive Health Decision Bias
April 29
Little Rock Passes Hiring Bias Ordinance, Covers Vendors; Critics See Legal Conflict
April 29
EEOC, Unit Drilling Settle for $400,000 Case Alleging Company Didn't Hire Women for Rigs
April 29
Female Worker Gets Record $12.5 Million In Punitive Damages for Sex Bias, Retaliation
April 29
No Duty to Accommodate Under ADA's Associational Bias Provision, Court Rules
April 29
Citing Patient Privacy, Treatment Concerns, Court Denies EEOC Visit to Hospital Grounds
April 29
EEOC May Pursue Transgender Bias Case Alleging Sexual Stereotyping, Court Rules
April 29
FBI Counterterrorism Agent's Charges Of Sex Bias and Retaliation Dismissed
April 29
Proof of Physiological Cause Needed to Show Sleep Disorder Equals Disability Under ADA
April 29
No Claim for Wrist-Slashing DMV Employee Fired for Unacceptable Workplace Behavior
April 29
Fired Black Drivers Lack Pay Bias Claims, Raise Jury Issue of Retaliation, Court Says
April 29
EEOC Commissioner Says Young Decision Has Spurred Review of Pregnancy Guidance
April 29
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
April 29
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
April 29
Taking Control: How Corporate Counsel Are Integrating eDiscovery Technologies to Help Manage Litigation Costs
April 29
EEOC, New York Sheet Metal Workers Local Propose $12.7M Bias Settlement
April 8
Fifth Circuit Finds No Age Bias in Acquiring Firm's Decision Not to Retain Former Owner
April 8
Second Circuit Sees No Bias in Manager's ‘People in Late Fifties and Sixties' Remark
April 8
Forced to Quit for Discarding Banana Peels At Work, White Mechanic to Get Bias Trial
April 8
Gov. McAuliffe Signs New Executive Order Barring Criminal History Questions by State
April 8
Agency Liability Under NYCHRL Doesn't Cover Ferry Worker's Suit Against Security Company
April 8
Worker's Policy Violation Bars ADEA Claim, But His State Law Age Bias Claim Survives
April 8
Title VII Doesn't Protect Worker Participation In Internal Investigation of Single Comment
April 8
EEOC Raises Jury Issue of Sex Discrimination For Women Denied Oil Rig Jobs, Court Rules
April 8
Pregnant Employee Denied Accommodation States Sex, Disability Bias Claims, Court Says
April 8
Black Police Captain Allegedly Compelled To Join MLK Parade Supports Bias Claims
April 8
State College Violated Title VII by Denying Tenure to Transgender Teacher, DOJ Alleges
April 8
DOL Seeks Hearing on FMLA ‘Spouse' Rule Injunction
April 8
Panelists Discuss Implications for Employers Of Ruling in Pregnancy Accommodation Case
April 8
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
April 8
Employer May Violate Pregnancy Bias Law By Denying Light Duty, Split Court Decides
April 1
Citing Termination Form, Third Circuit Revives Worker's Disability Bias Claim Against Sears
April 1
Black Airline Worker Didn't Show Failure To Promote Was ‘Rooted in Racial Animus'
April 1
Worker Granted ‘Total Disability' for MS Barred From Pursuing Race Bias Claims
April 1
Seventh Circuit Revives Race Bias Claims Of Black Chicago Public Schools Worker
April 1
EEOC Says 16 Outside Members to Serve On Task Force on Workplace Harassment
April 1
Challenges, Opportunities Face Older Workers Who Lost Jobs in Last Five Years, AARP Says
April 1
Democrats Seek Guidance, Regulations To Implement Fair Pay Contracting Order
April 1
Senate Backs Pregnancy Bias Protection In Nonbinding Budget Resolution Amendment
April 1
Aging Workforce Among Central Challenges Facing Employers, CareerBuilder Report Says
April 1
Democrats Renew ‘Paycheck Fairness' Push, As Republicans Float Compensatory Time Bill
April 1
Panel Approves Bill to Bolster Agencies' Anti-Discrimination, Whistle-Blower Shields
April 1
Ban-the-Box Proponents Urge Obama to Help People With Criminal Records Secure Jobs
April 1
House Subcommittee Hears Testimony On Proposed Legislation to Rein In EEOC
April 1
Senate OKs Republican Budget Amendment To Prohibit Retaliation for Salary Discussions
April 1
Female Nurses Earn $5,148 Less Per Year Than Male Counterparts, JAMA Report Finds
April 1
OFCCP Extends Comment Period for Sex Bias NPRM
April 1
Appeals Court Says New Jersey Immune From ADA Lawsuits, Nixes $1M Verdict
April 1
Jurors in Silicon Valley Discrimination Case Report Vote in Favor of Employer Was Close
April 1
Chicago Fire Department Settles With Class Of 59 Female Job Applicants in Testing Case
April 1
Worker Settles Retaliation Claim for $300K After Alleging Harassment by City Manager
April 1
Driller Agrees to Pay $12.26 Million to Settle EEOC's Claims for Nationwide Minority Class
April 1
Court Affirms $2 Million in Punitive Damages To Demoted Worker With Muscular Dystrophy
April 1
Federal Judge Halts Labor Department Rule Expanding Same-Sex Couples' FMLA Rights
April 1
Court Nixes VA Trainer's Bias Claims Based on Alleged Job Misclassification
April 1
Female Workers Lose Harassment Claim; Kroger Manager Wasn't Title VII Supervisor
April 1
Former Mitigation Specialist for Illinois Public Defender Can Pursue Bias Claims
April 1
Justices Won't Review if Lilly Ledbetter Law Applies to Title VII Claim on Denial of Tenure
April 1
Justices Decline to Review Age Bias Case Of Worker Told to ‘Hang Up Superman Cape'
April 1
‘Two-Way Conversation’ Still Needed In Section 503 Phase-In, Shiu Says
April 1
Recent Executive Action Is Driving OFCCP In New Enforcement Focus, Attorneys Say
April 1
Intranet Is Linked to OFCCP Compliance On Self-Identification Form, Accommodations
April 1
Conference Speakers Suggest Employers Step Up Response to Domestic Violence
April 1
Social Media Very Effective at Reaching Passive, Diverse Applicants, Lawyer Says
April 1
Now Is the Time to Review and Revise Pregnancy-Related Policies, Attorney Says
April 1
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
April 1