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The Sixth Circuit decision seems overall correct, although it contains some "woke dicta," too.

Are you in the know?

Let's look at the arguments, pro and con, that the Supreme Court is likely to hear someday.

Today's decision (all 163 pages of it) is from the Second Circuit (Connecticut, New York, and Vermont).

Not a lot to the EEOC's 2018-22 Strategic Enforcement Plan, but that might be good for employers.

An injunction of the EEOC's 2012 Guidance on use of criminal background information applies only to the State of Texas . . . but all employers might be able to make use of it.

Here are 10 questions to help you think it through.

After all, Fiscal Year 2017 ended just about the time that #MeToo began.

A residential care provider has settled an EEOC lawsuit alleging failure to accommodate an employee's pregnancy.

It's possible to discriminate against someone of your own faith. And illegal.

Robin Shea has more than 20 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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