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Blog Posts in July, 2017

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  • Mixed-Motive Proof and FMLA Retaliation
    Mixed-Motive Proof and FMLA Retaliation

    What some employers may not realize is that, even when there is no direct evidence of retaliation, an employer typically has the ultimate burden of proving it did not engage in retaliation. A Third ...

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  • When a Disability Accommodation Might Violate the Law
    When a Disability Accommodation Might Violate the Law

    Claims against the Department of Transportation (DOT) for accommodating an employee’s disability by reassigning him to a position with less opportunity for promotion might have been a violation of the ...

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  • Immigration-Based Discrimination Claims Against Popular Food Chain
    Immigration-Based Discrimination Claims Against Popular Food Chain

    Panda Express, which has more than 1,800 restaurants across the country, has recently settled a claim of immigration-related discrimination brought by its employees. The company was under ...

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  • Important Changes at the Department of Labor Under the Trump Administration
    Important Changes at the Department of Labor Under the Trump Administration

    Employers will certainly be happy with the new developments at the Department of Labor. President Trump’s appointment of a new Labor Secretary, Alexander Acosta, has brought about a few significant ...

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  • Recent Case Suggests that Attorney Litigation Strategies May Be FLSA Retaliation
    Recent Case Suggests that Attorney Litigation Strategies May Be FLSA Retaliation

    The issue addressed in a recent Ninth Circuit case was whether the litigation strategies of an attorney representing an employer in an FLSA suit can serve as the basis for a retaliation claim. ...

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  • Pizzeria Settled Discrimination Suit Against Hispanic Employees
    Pizzeria Settled Discrimination Suit Against Hispanic Employees

    A recent case out of New York once again highlights the illegality of English-only rules and hostile work environments based on nationality. A New York pizzeria allegedly subjected its Hispanic ...

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