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Featuring uniquely comprehensive and objective coverage of judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments in the area of equal employment opportunity, Employment Discrimination Report spans all areas of EEO policy and practice.

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Print and web notification formats are issued and available weekly. Print current reports are indexed every six months, cumulating annually. Web current reports are archived to 1/03/1996. E-mail summaries, providing the highlights and table of contents for each report, with links to full-text articles and documents, are available for all web subscriptions.

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  • Appearance-based discrimination
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  • Disabilities-based discrimination
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  • Gender-based discrimination
  • Glass ceiling
  • Jury practice
  • National origin-based discrimination
  • Race-based discrimination
  • Religion-based discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Rules of evidence
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual orientation-based discrimination
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July 23, 2014
  • Obama Issues Order Banning LGBT Bias, Declines Call to Expand Religious Exemption
  • Property Firm Not Liable Under Title VII Because It Wasn't ‘Employer,' Court Rules
  • Police Officer Fired After Leave Expired Lacks ADA or FMLA Claim, Court Affirms
  • Job Coach Not Required to Accommodate Worker for Workplace Profanity, 7th Cir. Says
  • Army Specialist Didn't Show Mental Illness Should Toll Filing Period for Job Bias Claims
  • 2d Cir. Revives Black Trooper's Bias Claims Based on ‘Fitting in' Comments, Other Proof
  • Governor Enacts Limits on Employer Use Of Background Checks During Hiring
  • Mayor Will Sign Measure to Help Job Applicants With Criminal Records
  • Governor Signs Bill Requiring Employers To Compensate Men and Women Equally
  • Iowa's Top Court Nixes Class Case Alleging Implicit Bias by State Against Black Workers
  • Despite Juror's ‘Knucklehead' Conduct In Browsing ‘Damages,' Judge Nixes Retrial
  • Court Penalizes Grocery Store Chain For Violating Terms of Consent Decree
  • Entergy's Refusal to Submit AAPs, Cooperate With OFCCP Audits Prompts Lawsuit by DOJ
  • Court Rejects DOL's Argument That Justices Nixed Title VII Retaliatory Harassment Claims
  • Absent Business Reason, ‘Anticipatory' Firing Of Pregnant Employee May Violate Title VII
  • School Employee Fired for Alcohol Violation Fails to Raise ADA Jury Issues, Court Rules
  • Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
July 16, 2014
  • EEOC Issues New Enforcement Guidance On Pregnancy Bias Under PDA and ADA
  • Female Worker's Sex Bias Claim Not Barred By Railway Labor Act, Seventh Circuit Rules
  • Former T-Mobile Vice President From India Lacks Bias, Retaliation Claims, 7th Cir. Says
  • Worker's ‘Amorphous Litany of Complaints' Not Direct Evidence of Age Bias, Court Says
  • Obama, Cabinet Full Steam Ahead On More Executive Actions in 2014
  • KPMG Must Face Sex-Based Class Claims Under Equal Pay Act, Title VII, Court Rules
  • Court Counts 250,000-Member Class In Race Bias Action Against Census Bureau
  • Black Comcast Technicians in Chicago May Proceed as Class Action, Judge Rules
  • Federal Court in Pennsylvania Clarifies Ruling For EEOC on Pre-Offer Medical Examinations
  • Asking Mexican Worker if He's ‘Illegal Alien' Supports Discrimination Claim Under Title VII
  • Court Denies Race Bias Plaintiffs' Move to Inspect Phones of Ex-Employees
  • Big Lots Worker's Harassment Claim Barred Despite Co-Worker's Lewd Comments
  • Worker With Baby Under Four Months Still Protected Under Pregnancy Bias Law
  • Oil Distribution Driver Permitted to Bring Disabilities and Age Bias Claim, Court Says
  • Law Firm Didn't Violate ADA by Firing Support Staff Worker With Lifting Restriction
  • U.S. Supreme Court's Ruling on Religious Exemption Poses Big Impact, Attorneys Say
  • Roundup of Recent EEOC Settlements And Newly Filed Enforcement Actions
  • Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
July 09, 2014
  • Barring Male Guards for Female Inmates Might Violate Title VII, Ninth Circuit Rules
  • Memo Citing Members' Bias Claims Supports Jury Verdict Against Florida Firefighters Union
  • Male Nurse's Failure to Apply for Job Dooms EEOC's Claim of Sex-Based Transfer Denial
  • Fourth Circuit to Reconsider Protected Activity Issue
  • Faith Leaders Lobby White House for Right To Discriminate Based on Sexual Orientation
  • Obama Pledges to Issue Executive Order Barring Discrimination in Federal Agencies
  • California Governor Signs Measure Updating Workplace Retaliation Law
  • EEOC, Walgreens Settle for $180,000 ADA Case Over ‘Grazing' Diabetic Worker's Firing
  • EEOC, Princeton HealthCare System Settle Class Disability Bias Claims for $1.35 Million
  • Alleged Pay Disparities in BoA's Raw Data Justified OFCCP's On-Site Review, Judge Says
  • Pay Inequity in Sex Bias Claim Not Excused By Transfer Policy at Alabama Junior College
  • Entergy Files Appeal in Case Against OFCCP
  • Justices Will Review Accommodation Issue Arising Under Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • Conference Calendar
  • Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
  • Stockwell v. City & County of San Francisco: What It Doesn't Say About Statistics in Age Discrimination Cases
July 02, 2014
  • Third Circuit Says Public Worker Can't Bring Age Discrimination Claim Under Section 1983
  • White Worker Raised Plausible Bias Claims Against Japanese Company, U.S. Subsidiary
  • Employee Forced Out After Harassment Claim Raises Triable Retaliation Case, 6th Cir. Rules
  • Failing to List Claim in Bankruptcy Filing No Bar to Bringing Bias Claim, 7th Cir. Says
  • EEOC's Tampa and Miami Offices To Mark Title VII's 50th Anniversary
  • Boehner Faces Uphill Battle In Legal Challenge to Obama
  • Unauthorized Worker Allowed to Pursue Bias Claim in State Court, Seek Lost Wages
  • Massachusetts Legislature Passes Domestic Workers' Rights Measure
  • Fifth Circuit Upholds Jury Verdict for Black Worker on His Hostile Environment Claim
  • 4th Cir. Affirms Verdict for EEOC, Truckers On Racial Harassment, Retaliation Claims
  • Co-Worker's Statement on Facebook Page Bolsters Claim of ADA Confidentiality Breach
  • Justices to Consider if Courts Can Review EEOC's Pre-Lawsuit Efforts to Settle Charges
  • Supreme Court Won't Take Look at Exercise Of Supervisory Discretion in Light of Dukes
  • Employment Case Denied Review June 30, 2014
  • Place Emphasis on Supervisor in Title VII Sexual ‘Submission' Cases, Attorneys Say
  • Retired Judge Warns of Job Rights Rollbacks, Encourages Plaintiffs' Bar to Continue Fight
  • Advocates Share Suggestions for Helping People With Disabilities Return to Work
  • OFCCP Updates Frequently Asked Questions Regarding New Disabilities, Veterans Rules
  • Also in the Courts: A Roundup of Recent Employment Discrimination Rulings
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