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Retaliatory animus shown

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit earlier this month vacated and reversed the grant of summary judgment as to the sufficiency of the causal connection between the protected activity and the elimination of petitioner Faul’s full-time position, ...

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Contractor’s race claim can proceed

An African-American woman’s contract as a Craftmatic sales representative was terminated after she and the company’s hiring recruiter got into an argument in which he allegedly used racial slurs. She can proceed with a race discrimination claim under the Civil ...

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Gender stereotyping claim survives

A gay man who alleged his co-workers harassed him for years has won the right on appeal to take his case to a jury to decide if the co-workers’ actions constituted gender stereotyping, which is unlawful under Title VII of ...

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