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6th Cir. Takes on Title VII Association Retaliation Claim
Coming during the same short period of the association discrimination claim in the Iona case by the 2nd Circuit, the Sixth Circuit has now found, 2-1, for a plaintiff in an associational retaliation claim under Title VII in the case...
Full post as published by LaborProf Blog on April 03, 2008 ( boomark
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7th Notes Circuit Split Re: Whether Person Who Rejects Supervisor's Advance Engages In Protected Activity For a Title VII Retaliation Claim Tate v. Executive Management, ___F.3d___(7th Cir. Oct. 10, 2008) is an important Title VII case that is ripe for law review commentary. Title VII, of course, outlaws both discrimination and retaliation...
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Second Circuit: Employer violates Title VII if it takes action against an employee because of the employee's association with a person of another race The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, for the first time, vacated and remanded the entry of summary judgment against a Title VII claim brought by a white man who alleges that Iona College's...
8th Issues Primer on Retaliation Under Title VII Brannum v. Missouri Dep't of Corrections, ___F.3d__ (8th Cir. March 3, 2008), provides an excellent primer on the law of retaliation under Title VII. As the court stated: Here, the district court found Brannum could not satisfy her initial burden...
U.S. Supreme Court takes Retaliation Case from Nashville Click here to read about a Title VII Retaliation case that originated in Nashville and has been granted certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States.The case is Crawford v...
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