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U.S. Census Bureau Sued For Alleged Hiring Discrimination

NEW YORK — Thousands of African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans have been rejected for jobs by the U.S. Census Bureau during the federal government's massive hiring campaign for this year's census because of systematic discrimination, according to a class action filed April 13 in...

Defendant Loses China's First HIV Jobs Bias Case

BEIJING - (AP) A Chinese court ruled Friday against the defendant in the country's first lawsuit over employment discrimination against people who are HIV-positive, the man's lawyer said. The defendant, identified only by the nickname "Little Wu," brought the suit in the eastern city...

Initial Discovery Protocols for Employment-Discrimination Cases

The exchange of initial disclosures between parties in a lawsuit brought in federal court is not generally considered the most useful endeavor. The parties have to exchange a few pieces of information but, for the most part, expect to get into the substance of the case only after formal discovery...