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  • When is the Use of the Word
    When is the Use of the Word "Boy" Evidence of Racial Animus in the Workplace?

    A recent employment discrimination case decided by a federal district court in Utah discussed the use of the term “boy” as a racial slur toward black employees. The Utah court, in making its decision, ...

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  • Good Evidence of Pretext Saves Hispanic Discrimination Claims
    Good Evidence of Pretext Saves Hispanic Discrimination Claims

    Employee’s Subjective Opinion of Adverse Employment Action Not Controlling The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal court that governs cases arising in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, ...

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  • How Important is My EEOC Charge in an Employment Discrimination Claim?
    How Important is My EEOC Charge in an Employment Discrimination Claim?

    Any employee who believes they have been subjected to discrimination or retaliation in the workplace is required to first exhaust all administrative remedies before filing a lawsuit in federal court. ...

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  • When Office Romance Leads to Workplace Discrimination
    When Office Romance Leads to Workplace Discrimination

    Office romance can create all types of disturbances that affect employees in various ways. In some situations, a supervisor may give preferential treatment to his or her sexual partner. When other ...

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  • Beware of Multilingual Employment Arbitration Agreements
    Beware of Multilingual Employment Arbitration Agreements

    A recent employment case out of California demonstrates the issues that may arise when employment agreements, particularly arbitration clauses, are drafted in multiple languages. In that case, the ...

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  • EEOC Brings Transgender Discrimination Claims in Sixth Circuit
    EEOC Brings Transgender Discrimination Claims in Sixth Circuit

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit in the Sixth Circuit challenging the termination of a funeral home employee who was biologically male but transitioning to female. He claims ...

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