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‘No Concrete Harm, No Standing,’ Divided Supreme Court Reaffirms in Fair Credit Reporting Act Case

USA - July 9 2021 The right of plaintiffs to sue for technical violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and other federal privacy laws has been the subject…

Jason A. Selvey.

‘No Concrete Harm, No Standing,’ Divided Supreme Court Reaffirms in Fair Credit Reporting Act Case

USA - June 30 2021 The right of plaintiffs to sue for technical violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and other federal privacy laws has been the subject…

Jason A. Selvey.

2,000 COVID-19-Related Employment Lawsuits Filed in the U.S.: An Analysis of the Data and Trends

USA - April 9 2021 On April 6, 2021, the total number of COVID-19-related employment complaints filed in United States courts passed the 2,000 mark. Although it took…

Nadine C. Abrahams.

EEOC Argues for Broader Causation Standard and Provides a Peek into the EEOC’s Future Focus

USA - February 26 2021 Legal precedent, including language from the U.S. Supreme Court, requires federal courts to take a broad view of the “but-for” causation standard for…

Andrew F. Maunz.

Is One Enough? Employee Asks U.S. Supreme Court if Single Utterance of Racial Slur Creates Hostile Work Environment

USA - February 3 2021 Is a single utterance of an offensive racial slur - specifically the “N-word” - enough to create a hostile work environment under Title VII of the…