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November 15, 2019
Fifth Circuit Reminds Plaintiffs That Not Every Unpleasant Experience At Work Is Something They Can Sue Over Under Title VII’s Anti-Discrimination Provision
November 17, 2017
“Bring Your Child To Work Day” Debacle Results In Employees Suing – And Winning – For Retaliation
June 16, 2016
Fifth Circuit Holds That Employee’s Failure to Provide Doctor’s Note Confirming Reason for Absence Dooms His Claims Under The Americans with Disabilities Act
June 7, 2016
Fifth Circuit Holds That Employees Interviewed As Part Of A Sexual Harassment Investigation Have Greater Protection From Retaliation
May 2, 2013
When Is An Employee’s Participation In An Internal Investigation “Protected Activity” Under Title VII (Part 2)
February 24, 2014
The ADA Also Prohibits Discrimination Based On An Employee’s Relationship Or Association With An Individual With Cancer
February 21, 2014
Victims Of Disability Discrimination Have Short Time Limits To Act
March 21, 2016
Fifth Circuit Holds That A Manager’s Threat To Reduce An Employee’s Pay In Retaliation For the Employee’s Hiring Of A Transgendered Employee Was Not An Adverse Employment Action That The Threatened Employee Could Sue Over