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Insanity as a Defense to Race Discrimination?
Insanity as a Defense to Race Discrimination?

A very recent case decided in a federal court in Illinois raises an interesting issue in the area of employment discrimination. In Westbrook v. Illinois Department of Human Services, an employee of the Illinois Department of Human Services sued her employer for the racially ...

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  • Insanity as a Defense to Race Discrimination?

    A very recent case decided in a federal court in Illinois raises an interesting issue in the area of employment discrimination. In Westbrook v. Illinois Department of Human Services, an employee of ...

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  • Does the Cat's Paw Theory Apply to Several Levels of Supervision?

    Employment discrimination lawyers are familiar with the term “cat’s paw” as it relates to the discriminatory decisions made by employers, but what does it actually mean? The cat’s paw theory is named ...

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  • Police Taser Policies and Disability Accommodations

    In addition to prohibiting discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to make reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities, upon request. A ...

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  • How Often Are Employers Required to Check Employee FMLA Eligibility?

    The Family and Medical Leave Act’s requirements and protections can be complicated and difficult to navigate. One of the most important aspects of FMLA is eligibility. If an employee is not eligible ...

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  • Employee Terminated for Advising Co-Workers About Employment Rights

    Employees are protected from retaliation if they oppose unlawful discriminatory activities that violate the anti-discrimination employment laws. Protected "opposition" activity is a broad concept that ...

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  • Alarming Statistics on Unreported Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

    With the recent movement of women coming forward to share their stories of sexual harassment in Hollywood, in government, and in the media, many would be surprised that nearly 75% of sexual harassment ...

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