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Michigan District Court Dismisses Disability Disparate Impact Class Claim

Class action lawsuits alleging disability discrimination are uncommon, and those involving disparate impact claims are less common still. This is due, in part, to the fact that unlike other types of discrimination claims, a...more

Rise of the Genome

We pack tons of personal and sensitive information in our DNA. While the human genome has been mapped for a decade, legal issues of genetic privacy are just beginning to rise. Earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court...more

Federal Court Allows EEOC Disability Case to Proceed, Denying United Parcel Service's Appeal

Decision Important to Issue of Identifying Victims of Discrimination in Class Cases, Federal Agency Says - CHICAGO - A federal district court has denied United Parcel Service's (UPS) motion to appeal an earlier ruling...more

Pennsylvania Court Denies Certification Of Disability Discrimination Claims

In the vast majority of discrimination cases, there is little dispute over whether the plaintiff is actually in a protected group. For example, in sex discrimination cases, for the most part, they are either male or female;...more

California Employment Law Notes - March 2013

In this Issue: - California Supreme Court Revises Jury Instructions And Trial Procedures In Discrimination Cases, Harris v. Superior Court, 56 Cal. 4th 203 (2013) - Employee Who Exhausted Four Months Of...more

EEOC to proceed with class action disability discrimination case against UPS

In a ruling that could negatively impact employers, an Illinois federal judge has allowed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) to proceed with a class action disability discrimination case against United...more

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