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#MeToo On The Move: Illinois Responds As Senate's Sweeping Sexual Harassment Bill Gains Traction
Seyfarth Synopsis: The Illinois Senate unanimously passed an all-encompassing sexual harassment bill, which hits all of the big ticket workplace sexual harassment hot topics,
United States
6 May 2019
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Rumor Has It–Workplace Gossip About Female "Sleeping Her Way To The Top" Could Be Sex Discrimination
According to the 4th Circuit, a female employee who was subjected to false rumors that her promotion was a result of sleeping with the boss can levy her claim for sex-based discrimination against her employer.
United States
26 Feb 2019
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The Top Five Most Intriguing Developments Of 2018 In EEOC-Initiated Litigation (And Preview Of Our Annual EEOC Litigation Report)
Seyfarth Synopsis: We are once again pleased to offer our readers an analysis of the five most intriguing developments in EEOC litigation in 2018
United States
8 Jan 2019
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Opinion How To Mitigate #MeToo Risks Before You Buy
In an era of heightened workplace harassment litigation, employers of all types, and especially those in the finance industry, must be proactive in addressing potential aggravating risk factors.
United States
9 Nov 2018
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Christopher DeGroff, Gerald Maatman, Matthew Gagnon, And Kyla Miller Authored An Article In Westlaw Journal Employment
Christopher DeGroff, Gerald Maatman, Matthew Gagnon, and Kyla Miller authored an October 23 article in Westlaw Journal Employment
United States
12 Oct 2018
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The EEOC Puts The Pedal To The Metal: FY 2018 Results Show Increase In Filings, With #MeToo Lawsuits Adding Fuel To The Agenda
The uncertainty of a new administration's impact on the EEOC that plagued FY 2017 is fading, but the results are not what some would expect.
United States
4 Oct 2018
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California Judge Allows Pay Equity Class Action To Move Forward On Behalf Of Female Google Employees Who Were Employed In Thirty Separate Job Positions
After initially dismissing a sweeping class action complaint alleging systemic pay discrimination on behalf of "all women employed by Google in California," the Court has now decided to allow...
United States
5 Apr 2018
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Forcing The Flu Shot? DOJ Sues Over Flu Policy That Requires A Note From The Clergy
The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit on behalf of a nursing home employee alleging she was forced to receive a flu shot to keep her job ...
United States
16 Mar 2018
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Back Pay Burden-New Trial Ordered Where Jury Slashed Plaintiff's Request For Back Pay
Seyfarth Synopsis: The Sixth Circuit ordered a new trial in a Title VII case where plaintiff presented evidence he was entitled to back pay, the employer presented no evidence to the contrary, and the jury only awarded a small percentage of plaintiff's ask.
United States
20 Feb 2018
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Updating Guidelines And Asking For Dough: EEOC's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan & 2019 Budget Request
This month the EEOC released its 2018-2022 strategic plan, which focuses on preventing and combating discrimination and improving the EEOC's organizational functionality.
United States
20 Feb 2018
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Updating Guidelines And Asking For Dough: EEOC's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan & 2019 Budget Request
This month the EEOC released its 2018-2022 strategic plan, which focuses on preventing and combating discrimination and improving the EEOC's organizational functionality.
United States
15 Feb 2018
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Preventing #Metoo In The Workplace: How Employers Talk The Talk And Walk The Walk
Gone are the days where sexual harassment training will be enough.
United States
18 Dec 2017
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Bulldozing The Backlog & Doubling Filings: EEOC's 2017 Performance And Accountability Report Shows Decreased Inventory And A Surge In Filings
On November 15, 2017, the EEOC released its annual Performance and Accountability Report for Fiscal Year 2017 – its internal "report card" for its fiscal year 2017.
United States
20 Nov 2017
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Big Commissions & FLSA Omissions: How Employers Could Be Required To Pay Six-Figure Earners Overtime Wages
A recent decision highlights why the FLSA is not always the remedial statute created to protect low-income workers by holding that four commission-based sales representatives, each earning six figures ...
United States
9 Nov 2017
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