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50 for 50: Five Decades of the Most Important Discrimination Law Developments - Number 8: The Supreme Court Finds That...

People don’t discriminate by accident. But in the wake of the passage of Title VII, employers began adopting facially neutral policies which had the effect of discriminating against protected classes. Before Title VII became...more

Mixed Results in California Student Performance on State Standardized Testing

Last week the California Department of Education ("CDE") issued a news release announcing the results of the California High School Exit Exam ("CAHSEE") and the Standardized Testing and Reporting ("STAR")....more

Sixth Circuit Affirms Injunction In Strange Failure To Promote Case

Employers originally began using standardized tests to try to find a more objective and hopefully accurate way to select the best candidates for promotion and hire....more

CMS Publishes Proposed Changes to CLIA’s Proficiency Testing Regulations

Yesterday the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) filed a proposed rule (the Proposed Rule) that would make significant changes to existing regulations governing the proficiency testing (PT) process mandated by the...more

Proposed TEST Act May Provide Greater Flexibility to CMS

Since its enactment in 1992, the Certified Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) have imposed severe sanctions for the referral of a proficiency testing (PT) sample to an outside laboratory. PT is a test sent to a...more

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