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The EEOC sued a Denver beverage distributor under the ADA, claiming that it eliminated a legally blind employee’s job as a driver’s helper, and refused to hire him as a
Continue Reading Jury Award To Blind Worker: “Employer Lacked Sufficient Knowledge Of The ADA”

One year ago, we asked employers the key question “Can You Pass The Acid Test?”

That is, can you feel secure that you have taken all possible steps to
Continue Reading Can You Pass The “Acid Test”? 10 Short Questions To Determine If You Are Protected Against Discrimination Liability

We thank today’s Law360 Employment for reporting on three newly-filed discrimination suits, implicating issues of race, national origin, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, and retaliation. All this in just three

Continue Reading Three New High-Visibility Lawsuits — Seven Types of Alleged Discrimination

In a number of recent blogs, we reported the number of cases of pregnancy discrimination is rising rapidly — in fiscal 2011, there was an increase of 23% in the

Continue Reading When Will Employers Learn — The EEOC Is Serious About Enforcing Title VII Against Pregnancy Discrimination