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Race Discrimination and R…

Race Discrimination and Retaliation: Hayes v. ATL Hawks, LLC et al.

Briefing in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals is completed in Hayes v. ATL Hawks, LLC et al. This case involves a black security manager, Samuel R. Hayes, III, who was fired from his job with the Atlanta Hawks in 2016 after complaining about raci… Read More
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COVID-19 and Wrongful Ter…

COVID-19 and Wrongful Termination

My name is Rob. I have worked as a full-time cashier for six months at a grocery store. I am a Type II Diabetic. My diabetes is uncontrolled. As a result of that condition, my chance of recovering from COVID-19 is much worse than a non-diabetic perso… Read More
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Equal Pay for Equal Work!

Equal Pay for Equal Work!

My name is Sandy. I am female. I work at Company X as a Sales Specialist. Recently, a male colleague disclosed that his annual salary is $12,000.00 more than my annual salary. Although he has a different job title—he is called a Sales Analyst—we… Read More
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The Family Medical Leave…

The Family Medical Leave Act: Understanding Your Right to Job-protected Leave

Human Resources told me that I did not qualify for leave under the FMLA because I had worked full time at the company for 11.5 months only. At the end of my six-week leave period, Human Resources told me that the Company had decided to terminate me.… Read More
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No Joke. Hiring Policies that have a Discriminatory Impact on Older Job Seekers Are Lawful

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting en banc, recently affirmed a district court’s dismissal of a plaintiff’s disparate impact claim under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”) because the plaintiff was a job applicant,… Read More
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