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Category Archives: Title VII
The past few weeks have been notable for EEOC litigation. In one recent case, EEOC v. CRST Van Expedited Inc., the Northern District of Iowa ordered the EEOC to pay almost $4.7 million in attorneys’ fees and costs to defendant … Continue reading
I have heard a lot of discussion about the Supreme Court’s ruling this term in Vance v. Ball State, and the scope of employer liability for harassment. But what does this change for an employer? Nothing. Employers are still liable … Continue reading
I will wait to draft the detailed post once the Supreme Court has actually ruled, but for those who are following SCOTUS oral arguments, one of the big employment cases of this term was heard on Monday. Here is what … Continue reading
I spoke this morning at a roundtable discussion regarding the use of criminal record information obtained through background checks and also data privacy and security at a Human Resources Committee roundtable hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies of … Continue reading