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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
Fired State Employee With Anxiety Disorder Raises Triable ADA Claims, 4th Cir. Decides
March 18
Flawed Jury Instruction on Direct Threat Requires New ADA Trial, Tenth Circuit Says
March 18
FBI Worker Failed to Show Knowingly False, Retaliatory Security Referral, D.C. Cir. Rules
March 18
Raymond James Must Pay Alcoholic Broker For Disability Bias Despite Arbitrators' Error
March 18
Black Physician Denied Hospital Position Lacks Title VII Bias Claim, 7th Cir. Affirms
March 18
7th Cir. Clarifies Standard for Showing Indirect Employer Status Under Title VII
March 18
Gender Equality in Terms of Earnings Still Elusive for Many Women, IWPR Says
March 18
EEOC Unveils Federal Sector Training Program
March 18
Utah Governor Signs LGBT Legislation Protecting Gay and Transgender Workers
March 18
Appeals Court Says Actionable Job Bias Needed for FEHA Failure-to-Prevent Claim
March 18
Missouri Guard Provides 2,000 Leave Days To Settle Active-Duty Civilian Workers' Case
March 18
Trial Judge Adds $1.1 Million to Jury Award, Enabling Iowa Worker to Go Back to College
March 18
No Bias Claim for Former Lawyer Rejected For Investigator Job Over ‘Integrity' Issues
March 18
Goldman Sachs May Be Off Hook In Sex Discrimination Class Action
March 18
Claims Nixed for Assistant Who Alleged Reports of Principal's Drinking Led to Firing
March 18
Worker Who Alleged Colleague Brandished Knife Can Proceed With Harassment Claims
March 18
Warning About Praying in Taxi, Related Quips Rev Up Fired Muslim Cabbie's Title VII Claims
March 18
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
March 18
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
March 18
2014 Trends in State Equal Employment Opportunity Law Amendments
March 18
Justices Consider Who Must Begin Religious Accommodation Process During Hiring Phase
March 4
9th Cir. 2-1 Says American Airlines Pilot Didn't Qualify for FTEPA Age Exception
March 4
1st Cir. Revives Maine Bank of America Worker's Sexual Orientation Bias Claims
March 4
Four Fifth Circuit Judges Oppose Majority Accepting More Lenient Title VII Standard
March 4
Sears Manager May Have ‘Chilled' Worker's Accommodation Rights, Ninth Circuit Rules
March 4
Job Corps Teacher Fired for Absences After Incident With Trainee Didn't Show Age Bias
March 4
Arkansas Governor Lets Bill Become Law Barring Expanded Local Anti-Bias Ordinances
March 4
Governor Orders Georgia Agencies To ‘Ban the Box’ on Some Applications
March 4
DOJ Settles Second Case Over Town's Policy Limiting Light Duty for Pregnant Firefighters
March 4
Former REI Director Disabled in Accident On Employer's Bike Loses Disability Bias Trial
March 4
Female Worker's Smacking Harasser No Bar To Title VII Retaliation Claim, Court Decides
March 4
Court Sends Pregnancy Case Back to EEOC Citing Agency's Failure to Investigate Charges
March 4
Court Allows Retaliation Claim by VA Cop Who Was Fired After Failing Firearms Tests
March 4
Justices Won't Review Denial of ADA Claim By Police Sergeant With Attention Disorder
March 4
EEOC General Counsel Describes Agency's Enforcement Priorities and Litigation Trends
March 4
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
March 4
Ten Employer Resolutions for 2015: Implementing Lessons Learned From Last Year
March 4
Expert Testimony in Background Check Case Properly Blocked as Unreliable, 4th Cir. Rules
February 25
Fired Black Prosecutor Entitled to Trial On Race Bias Claims, Eighth Circuit Says
February 25
Hotel Managers' Alleged Ageist Comments Heat Up Fired Chef's Bias, Retaliation Claims
February 25
Supervisor Who Failed DOT Driver's Exam Not ADA ‘Qualified' Person, Court Affirms
February 25
Holding Company Not Liable Under Title VII For Actions of Firm That Licensed Club Name
February 25
Retired Teacher With Fear of Young Kids Lacks ADA or Age Claim, 6th Cir. Affirms
February 25
Employment Case Denied Review Feb. 23, 2015
February 25
DOL Releases Rule Giving FMLA Rights To Workers in Legal Same-Sex Marriages
February 25
Union Member's Prior Drug Conviction No Bar To Race Bias Claim but May Impact Damages
February 25
New York High Court Orders Rehearing Of Buffalo Firefighters' Reverse Bias Case
February 25
Jacksonville Firefighter Hiring Decree Set Aside Despite Continued Racial Imbalance
February 25
Michigan State Judge Properly Held Liable For Firing Female Employee, 6th Cir. Says
February 25
EEOC May Be Able to Show Florida Hospital Should've Reassigned Nurse Who Used Cane
February 25
Judge: Same-Sex Spouse Lacks Standing To Challenge Alleged COBRA Notice Failure
February 25
Ex-Special Agent on Pelosi's Security Detail Loses Challenge to Firing for Untruthfulness
February 25
Neonatal Nurse Sacked for Swearing, Other Misconduct Lacks ADEA Claim
February 25
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
February 25
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
February 25
Allstate Release Is No Form of Retaliation Under Federal Anti-Bias Laws, Court Affirms
February 18
2nd Cir. Shutters Doorman's ADEA Claim But Orders Review of New York City Claim
February 18
University Professor Lacks Retaliation Claims Under FMLA and Section 1981, 7th Cir. Says
February 18
Individual Damages Don't Bar Class Action On State Law Wage Claims, 2nd Cir. Rules
February 18
Pizza Hut Avoids Liability for Harassment As Worker Complained to Wrong Managers
February 18
Shelter Worker's Retaliation Claim Revived Because Employer's Dawdling Raised Doubt
February 18
New Jersey Justices Adopt Federal Defense To Harassment, Craft Own ‘Supervisor' Test
February 18
Kansas Governor Signs Order to Revoke Job Protections for Gay State Employees
February 18
Lowe's Didn't Violate Hawaii Law by Nixing Offer to Applicant With Criminal Convictions
February 18
OFCCP, Medical Center Reach Settlement On Pay Bias Involving Female Housekeepers
February 18
Jury Awards $15 Million to Workers Alleging Race Bias, Retaliation by Matheson Trucking
February 18
Employee With Breast Cancer Gets Damages In EEOC Case Against Hospital That Fired Her
February 18
Perceived National Origin Bias Claims Viable Under Title VII, Maryland Law, Court Decides
February 18
Federal Judge Nixes USPS Analyst's Claims Of Sex and Reverse Race Discrimination
February 18
General Motors Engineer Gets Green Light On Unequal Pay, Sex Discrimination Claims
February 18
Deaf Former SunTrust Teller Fails to Show Requested Accommodations Were Reasonable
February 18
Allegations of ‘Orchestrated Campaign' To Fire High School Principal Can Go to Trial
February 18
Male Manager Didn't Harass Female Worker With Rude, Aggressive Behavior, Judge Says
February 18
Female Police Officer Raises Triable Claim Of Sex Harassment in Drug Unit, Court Rules
February 18
Clinic Worker Fired After Failing Drug Test Has Triable ADA Claims, Federal Judge Rules
February 18
Court Dismisses Transgender Bias Claims Of Former IRS Agent Related to Termination
February 18
Same-Sex Benefits Clear Under Tax Code But Other Benefits Murkier, Attorneys Say
February 18
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
February 18
EEOC Lawsuits Challenge Wellness Programs—Despite Lack of EEOC Regulations
February 18
3rd. Cir. Rules General Six-Year Filing Period Doesn't Bar Federal Employee's Title VII Case
January 28
Teacher Failed to Link Firing to Bias, Third Circuit Says in Affirming Dismissal
January 28
State Laws Banning LGBT Workplace Bias Stall as Opponents' Bills Increase, HRC Says
January 28
Blunt to Chair Labor Appropriations Subcommittee
January 28
Hospital Didn't Show Crystal Meth Conviction Disqualified Job Applicant, State Justices Say
January 28
Rite Aid Feels Prick of $2.6 Million Award For Terminating Needle-Phobic Pharmacist
January 28
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to Pay Black Female Former Employees $359,253
January 28
Diversity Director Settles Race Discrimination, Retaliation Claims Against Nevada County
January 28
Female Trucker's $1 Million Punitive Award For Rape by Trainer Reinstated on Appeal
January 28
Fired Black, Hispanic Fast-Food Workers Allege McDonald's Shares Liability for Bias
January 28
Comments About Wanting ‘New Blood' Support Radio Worker's Age Bias Claim
January 28
Justices Won't Review California High Court Decision Prohibiting Waiver of PAGA Claims
January 28
EEOC Welcomes New Staff to Build on Agency's National Enforcement Strategy
January 28
OFCCP Aims to Finalize Slate of Rules, Including Equal Pay Report, in 2015
January 28
Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
January 28
Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
January 28