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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 14, 2018
Fifth Circuit Holds That A Supervisor’s Gender Related Comments Are Not “Direct Evidence” Of Gender Discrimination In Pay
April 25, 2017
Court Holds That Once An Employer Acts With An Illegal, Retaliatory Motive Against An Employee, The Employee’s Mildly Inappropriate Response Is Not Sufficient To Remove The Taint Of Illegal Retaliation
June 7, 2016
Fifth Circuit Holds That Employees Interviewed As Part Of A Sexual Harassment Investigation Have Greater Protection From Retaliation
April 25, 2013
Denying Discrimination Can Be Proof Of Retaliation If An Employer Uses The Wrong Words
May 10, 2013
Retaliation And The Exhaustion Requirement: A Conflict Is Brewing
December 11, 2013
Post-Rimkus Duty of Preservation and Spoliation of Evidence Decisions (Part VIII)
February 21, 2014
Victims Of Disability Discrimination Have Short Time Limits To Act