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Yoga And Massage Therapist Fired For Being "Too Cute" Sees Gender Discrimination Claim Revived On Grounds Of Unjustified Spousal Jealousy
A New York appeals court recently ruled in Edwards v. Nicolai (153 A.D.3d 440 (N.Y. App. Div. 1st Dep't 2017)) that an employment termination motivated by the sexual jealousy of an employer's spouse ...
United States
20 Nov 2017
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Appellate Division Panel Issues Ruling Broadly Interpreting New York State Human Rights Law
On January 14, 2015, the New York Supreme Court held that an employee can sufficiently demonstrate his membership in a protected class by virtue of his association with another person – in this case, his wife.
United States
2 Feb 2015
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NLRB Requires Employer To Rehire And Provide Backpay To Employees Terminated For Derogatory Comments Made About Co-Worker On Facebook
In a first-of-its-kind ruling, on September 2, 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) required an employer to rehire five workers it had fired after the workers posted comments about a co-worker and their employment with the company on Facebook.
United States
23 Sep 2011
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Ellerth/Faragher Affirmative Defense Extended To Claims For Hostile Work Environment Constructive Terminations
Employers must create and enforce procedures to report and correct sexually harassing conduct.
United States
 
17 Jan 2005
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Termination For Fear Of Complaint Is Unlawful Retaliation
An employer is liable for retaliation when it terminates an employee out of fear that the employee may, in the future, file a workplace safety complaint.
United States
22 Dec 2004
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When Does An Employee Suffer From A "Serious Health Condition" Under CFRA?
A look behind the true meaning of "medical leave" in California.
United States
22 Dec 2004
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United States
 
29 Nov 2004
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Contracts Prohibiting Solicitation Of Customers Post-Employment In Jeopardy
Employees who are fired for refusing to sign agreements prohibiting them from soliciting customers post-employment can now sue for wrongful termination.
United States
 
23 Nov 2004
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