Your search returned 619 results.

Insight
|
September 20, 2011

California DFEH's New Procedural Regulations Will Facilitate the Claims Process for Employees

In early 2010, California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) proposed a series of

Insight
|
August 24, 2011

"'J'accuse!' is not enough in court": Court Dismisses EEOC's Systemic Allegations as Unsupported by Reliable and Persuasive Evidence

After four years of litigation, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled on

Insight
|
August 23, 2011

Third Circuit Examines Cat's Paw Retaliation Theory

In McKenna v. City of Philadelphia, No. 09-3567 (3d Cir. Aug. 17, 2011), the Third Circuit had its first

Insight
|
August 17, 2011

California Appeals Court Affirms Employer's Right to Not Hire Possibly Disabled, But Admittedly Dishonest, Applicant

In Salas v. Sierra Chemical Co. (Aug. 9, 2011 – 3d App. Dist.), a California Court of Appeal affirmed

Insight
|
August 16, 2011

Connecticut Prohibits Gender Identity or Expression Discrimination

After failing to adopt similar provisions in prior years, the General Assembly passed House Bill No.

Insight
|
August 15, 2011

California Appeals Court Expands Admissibility of "Me Too" Evidence

In a case that significantly expands the scope of evidence that can be presented in a California employment

Littler Report
|
August 1, 2011

An Employer's Guide to EEOC Systemic Investigations and Subpoena Enforcement Actions

Over the past year we have continued to witness the EEOC engage in broad based investigations as part

Insight
|
July 12, 2011

The Marriage Equality Act: How Will New York's Same-Sex Marriage Law Impact Employee Benefits?

On June 24, 2011, New York became the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage when Governor Cuomo signed

Insight
|
July 11, 2011

Nevada Adds Gender Identity to Categories Protected from Employment Discrimination

Effective October 1, 2011, Nevada law will be amended to prohibit discrimination based on gender identity

Insight
|
June 21, 2011

And the Class Certification Battle is Won: A Unanimous Supreme Court Reverses Rule 23(b)(2) Class Certification in Dukes v. Wal-Mart

On June 20, 2011, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court reversed a federal district court's 2004 decision

Pages