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Employment Discrimination

by Peter Reed Corbin ; John E. Duvall

Mercer L. Rev., Vol.63 pp.1203-1437, 2012 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Employment Discrimination
  • Autor: by Peter Reed Corbin ; John E. Duvall
  • Assuntos: Discrimination; Unpublished; Retaliation; Significant; Comparator; Sufficient; Employment; Mckeithen; Protected; Similarly; Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Civil Rights Law; Criminal Law & Procedure; Evidence; Labor & Employment Law; Torts
  • É parte de: Mercer L. Rev., Vol.63 pp.1203-1437, 2012
  • Descrição: ... In this case, the plaintiff, a Caucasian male, brought a "reverse" discrimination case under Title VII and Section 1981 alleging that his former employer, Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Company, had discriminated against him because of his race when it terminated his employment. ... The plaintiff then brought an action under Title VII, alleging that NAS had retaliated against him because his fiancee had filed an EEOC charge. ... Two unpublished decisions within the survey period addressed the issue of whether a plaintiff had adequately established causation, as part of the initial prima facie showing required in retaliation cases. ... Tarmas cited several employer actions as the basis of his claims. ... Lockheed-Martin Corp., the district court granted summary judgment to Lockheed-Martin due to Smith's failure to identify a similarly situated black supervisor comparator. ... Following this incident, Brumby met with Glenn's supervisor to discuss Glenn's appearance on Halloween and was informed that Glenn intended to undergo gender transition. ... To that end, the court rejected Brumby's claim that he fired Glenn because he was concerned the other women in the office might object to Glenn's restroom use. ... Conclusion The 2011 survey year again presented some noteworthy and factually interesting employment discrimination cases for decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
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