Legal Advice for Title VII — 31 results
Written by attorney Casey B. Green, almost 2 years ago.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act provides: "It shall be an unlawful employment practice for an employer to discriminate against any of his employees...because he has opposed any practice... more
Written by attorney Brian Battaglia, about 2 years ago.
Under Title VII, it is illegal to retaliate against an employee for (1) opposing sexual harassment or (2) participating in an investigation concerning sexual harassment. These two clauses... more
Written by attorney Rodney Mesriani, about 2 years ago.
Although the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) share the same principle to prevent undue discrimination in the workplace... more
Written by attorney Lori Ann Strobl, over 2 years ago.
EMPLOYMENT: Title VII Damages per party or per claim?
The issue as to whether the cap on damages applied per party or per claim was answered in a Fifth Circuit decision in Black v. Pan... more
Written by attorney Tyson B. Snow, over 2 years ago.
The following series of guides is to help both employers and employees understand their rights and obligations under the various federal employment discrimination laws. I will write in a... more
Written by attorney Habib Hasbini, about 1 year ago.
Title VII is meant to be interpreted broadly in its analysis in order to aggressively attack the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. The statute itself provides the most basic of... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, about 1 year ago.
The Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has overturned a lower district court in Texas holding thatfiring a woman because she is lactating or expressing milk is unlawful sex... more
Written by attorney Alexander Montgomery, over 1 year ago.
Criminal background checks for employment purposes are commonplace. But recent literature from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing... more
Written by attorney Christopher Mccarty, almost 3 years ago.
Title VII prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. It also forbids retaliation against those participating in Title VII complaints. This guide is... more
Written by attorney Vincent White, over 2 years ago.
On April 20, 2012 the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission ("EEOC") Extended the Scope of Title VII protection to include Transgendered Employees who suffer discrimination in the... more
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