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Thompson v. N. Am. Stainless, LP, 2011 U.S. LEXIS 913 (Jan. 24, 2011)

LexisNexis Overview: Terminated employee who was fired three weeks after his fiancee filed a sex discrimination charge against their employer was well within the zone of interests sought to be protected by Title VII. Therefore, he was a person aggrieved with standing to sue pursuant to 42 U.S.C.S...

Arbitration and Discrimination Claims: Say What You Really Mean to Say

In Hall v. Reagan Stark, -Mich App-, Case No. 294647, (9/1/3/11), a court of appeals panel held in a 2-1 opinion that a law firm's shareholder agreement did not preclude litigation over claims of age discrimination. Two shareholders had filed suit in circuit court alleging that they had been...

Is It Legal for the EEOC to Send 1,330 Emails to Your Employees at Work?

Back in 2013, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission began investigating Case New Holland, Inc. for age discrimination, or so a complaint that Case New Holland recently filed in federal court alleges. So, how is this news? Let alone blog news, which is hardly news at all. I should...

An Injury Without an Injury — Part 2? #SCOTUS and Collective Wage/Hour Violations

Can a plaintiff support a collective lawsuit if some of the individuals in the purported class have not suffered any harm? The Supreme Court took up this question during yesterday’s oral argument in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo , a case that will go a long way to deciding the continued viability of...