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Associational retaliation is not the FMLA's peanut butter cup

In Thompson v. North Am. Stainless , the Supreme Court held that Title VII prohibits associational retaliation; an employer cannot retaliate against an employee by taking an adverse action against that employee's close family member. The FMLA permits an employee to take up to 12 weeks of annual leave...