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Victory at last: Fourth Circuit orders EEOC to pay up on hefty attorneys’ fees award

USA - March 27 2014 This week the Fourth Circuit put its foot down on a decision almost eleven years in the making, ordering the government to pay Propack Logistics $189...

Gerald L. Maatman, Jr., Christopher J. DeGroff.


New York City and Philadelphia pass new pregnancy accommodation laws

USA - March 6 2014 Thirty-five years ago, Congress passed the Pregnancy Discrimination Act ("PDA"), which outlawed discrimination against pregnant workers. Since then...


A major milestone the EEOC settles its first GINA systemic lawsuit

USA - January 15 2014 Just nine days into the new year the EEOC settled its first systemic lawsuit ever filed alleging genetic discrimination under the Genetic Information...

Reema Kapur.


A look at the EEOC’s pursuit of “edge of the envelope” cases

USA - December 11 2013 Today we are sharing the third article of a six part series that Seyfarth Shaw LLP is publishing on Inside Counsel. The full article is available...

Gerald L. Maatman, Jr..


With a few clicks of the mouse you can uncover what job applicants leave off their resumes

USA - November 26 2013 A recent study commissioned by Microsoft Corporation found that nearly 80 percent of individuals hiring and recruiting use the Internet to...

Erin Dougherty Foley.