Jennifer Mora

Jennifer Mora


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EEOC Settles Background Check Litigation with BMW, But Also Faces Steep Attorneys’ Fees in Freeman Case

After several high-profile setbacks in disparate impact discrimination lawsuits challenging criminal record screening policies, the EEOC has entered into a settlement (consent decree) in one of its few remaining cases, a...more

9/23/2015 - Background Checks Ban the Box BMW Civil Rights Act Consent Decrees Criminal Background Checks Discrimination Disparate Impact EEOC Employment Discrimination FCRA Hiring & Firing Popular Race Discrimination Settlement Title VII

State Appellate Court Considers Employer’s Duty to Conduct Criminal Background Checks

In the last few years, there has been a significant spike in the number of lawsuits challenging employer use of criminal background checks, including class action lawsuits brought under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act. ...more

9/16/2015 - Appeals Ban the Box Civil Rights Act Class Action Criminal Background Checks Criminal Records Discrimination FCRA Hiring & Firing Negligence Staffing Agencies Title VII

Background Screening Companies May Now Report Convictions Older Than Seven Years in Nevada

Under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), background screening companies (or consumer reporting agencies) are generally prohibited from reporting certain types of derogatory information that the FCRA considers to be...more

6/25/2015 - Background Checks Ban the Box Credit Reporting Agencies Credit Reports Criminal Background Checks Discrimination EEOC FCRA Hiring & Firing Title VII

Federal Court Dismisses EEOC Title VII Disparate Impact Suit Over Alleged Discriminatory Background Checks Without Trial

On August 9, 2013, a federal district court judge in Maryland dismissed, without a trial, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Title VII suit against Freeman over alleged discriminatory background checks based...more

8/13/2013 - Background Checks Discrimination Dismissals Disparate Impact EEOC Expert Witness Frivolous Lawsuits Title VII

Two New EEOC Criminal Record Lawsuits Underscore Important Strategic and Practical Considerations for Employers Conducting...

In March 2010, an employer successfully persuaded the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to concede its disparate impact discrimination lawsuit against the employer based on its criminal record screening policies...more

6/17/2013 - Background Checks Consumer Reports Credit History Criminal Background Checks Criminal Records Discrimination Disparate Impact EEOC Enforcement Actions Investigations Title VII

The Flurry of New Employment Laws Regulating the Use of Criminal Records Continues with Expanded Restrictions in Indiana, North...

The public policy interests supporting employment-related protections for ex-offenders, including encouraging ex-offenders to reenter the workforce, are detailed in the updated EEOC Enforcement Guidance, titled “Consideration...more

6/11/2013 - Background Checks Criminal Background Checks Criminal Records Expungement Hiring & Firing New Legislation Title VII

EEOC Suit Against Employer Screening Applicants Based on Credit History Information Dismissed

In April 2012, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued its updated enforcement guidance concerning how, in its view, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) restricts an employer's discretion...more

2/5/2013 - Background Checks Burden of Proof Credit History Criminal Background Checks Daubert Ruling Dismissals Disparagement EEOC Evidence Summary Judgment Title VII

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