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Avoiding Dinners With Female Colleagues May Not Be the Answer to Avoiding Lawsuits

USA - December 4 2018 Sound familiar? It should. We talked about this earlier this year (here) in the context of the unintended consequence of the MeToo movement: the...

Richard B. Cohen.


Employers, Do You Have “Meaningful Measures” In Place to Combat Disability Discrimination? ADA

USA - December 3 2018 Yesterday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that enforces the federal anti-discrimination laws including the...

Richard B. Cohen.


When Does Title VII Protect “Perceived As” Claims Based On Race?

USA - November 29 2018 An interesting question, says the law geek, as I read about a British theater director who self-identified as Black. Now, he, the son of two white...

Richard B. Cohen.


Don’t Cry: You Can’t Peel An Onion But You Won Your Case!

USA - November 18 2018 Seems that a woman developed glaucoma and chronic uveitis when a teenager, and at 23 she lost all left eye vison. Significantly, she experienced...

Richard B. Cohen.


EEOC Quantifies Workplace Discrimination and Harassment Claims for 2018So Far.

USA - November 11 2018 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that it obtained approximately $505 million for nearly 68,000 victims of discrimination...

Richard B. Cohen.