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February 23, 2006

Context Counts: The Word "Boy" May Be a Racial Epithet At Work

In a brief unanimous opinion, the United States Supreme Court ruled on February 21, 2006 in Ash v. Tyson

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February 9, 2006

The Expanding Harassment Umbrella: Retaliatory Harassment Continues to Gain Traction as a Viable Cause of Action

Employers who monitor their potential liability for workplace harassment should add retaliatory harassment

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January 18, 2006

Diversity, Affinity Groups and Religion: Balancing the Law with the Interests of Diverse Employee Groups

Most large and many medium- and smaller-sized employers have undertaken diversity-focused business initiatives

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October 25, 2005

North Country: An All-Too Familiar Territory for America's Employers

An iron mine, the U.S. Treasury Department, an insurance company, a car manufacturer, a restaurant chain

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September 21, 2005

I Don't Know Why They Picked Me: 10th Circuit Broadens Requirements For Waiving Age Discrimination Claims

*UPDATED July 19, 2006* Kruchowski v. Weyerhaeuser Co., 423 F.3d 1139 (10th Cir. 2005), withdrawn, and

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September 13, 2005

Men's Temper Tantrums That Bother Women May Be Sex Discrimination

Screaming and yelling by men at work may now be sex-based discrimination if women at work find the behavior

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September 7, 2005

Beware Misleading and Overbroad EEO-1 Filing Requirements

The ThreatWhen submitting EEO-1 forms to the EEOC, each filing company must indicate whether it is a

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August 1, 2005

Employers Face Greater Risk from Workplace Romance: California Supreme Court Rules That Office Affairs May Give Rise to Sexual Favoritism

Employees in California may now sue their employers for sexual harassment if a sexual affair between

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