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Defending Against a Claim of Mixed-Motive Discrimination in Employment

Employers face may discrimination claims when employees believe they have been retaliated against, demoted, terminated or otherwise disciplined because of unlawful reasons, such as the employee’s race, ethnicity, disability or Read More

Raising Assumption of Risk as a Defense in Sexual Harassment Cases

A woman may accept work in a job that is known for capitalizing on the sex appeal of the employees, such as a cocktail waitress or VIP hostess at a Read More

Tracking Employees’ PCs to Monitor Work Productivity

The increasingly popular practice of employees working from home has altered what used to be tried and true supervisory methods. No longer can employers visually monitor employees to make sure Read More

Can an Employer be Held Legally Responsible for Sexual Harassment of an Employee by a Third Party?

Every employer has a duty to maintain a safe work environment for its employees, which includes keeping the workplace free from sexual harassment. That includes taking reasonable measures to prevent Read More

When Can an Employer Request a Second Opinion Certification for an Employee’s FMLA Request?

The Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) gives employees of many organizations the right to up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave to care for a new child, to deal with Read More

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