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Obama: “You All’s President”

USA - December 27 2018 It’s not only the EEOC which is litigating cases of racial harassment which hit the news - today’s post is about a recent case arising out of the...


Corporate Appearance Policies Versus Religious Practices: A Delicate Legal Balance

USA - December 23 2018 An enormous new settlement of a religious discrimination case brought by the EEOC presents a perfect opportunity to reprise an old post with a new...


So Sue Me: One MORE “Low Hanging Fruit” Case in 2018

USA - December 22 2018 Well, I was wrong - my post last week was not the last one of the year, as I had promised, dealing with the EEOC’s targeting of “low hanging fruit.”...


Retaliation: What Is Temporal Proximity?

USA - December 18 2018 It’s pretty important: in 2016, then-EEOC Chair Jenny R. Yang said that “Retaliation is asserted in nearly 45 percent of all charges we receive and...

Amy Epstein Gluck.


One more “EEOC goes after low hanging fruit” post before the new year!!

USA - December 18 2018 For anyone just coming upon this blog, I like to highlight a few important trends or repeated fact patterns, such as code words for “old” in age...

Amy Epstein Gluck.