Posts tagged Ninth Circuit.

"The Justice in the bow tie."

Happy holiday weekend!

Buff employers, beware!

Hot darn! Two Friday quizzes in a row!

A deceased judge can't be the deciding vote, Court says.

Can you occasionally skip the EEOC and go straight to court if there's a really good reason?

Yes, that is possible.

One court says yes, but it's complicated.

Yesterday, I posted about a disability discrimination case that the employer did not really screw up. Even so, a few less-than-optimal moves resulted in an adverse jury verdict that was upheld on appeal.

In Chapter 2 of our series on "employers who didn't really screw up but still lost" is a sexual harassment case that bothers me, involving the Idaho Department of Corrections ...

Robin Shea has 30 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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