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Demoted African-American auto worker advances Title VII retaliation claim; discrimination claim dismissed
By Harold S. Berman J.D. An African-American manager for General Motors who was demoted for performance issues after he complained about his supervisor’s racial remarks could proceed with his Title VI
Flight attendant fired after suspiciously ‘calling in sick’ never gave notice of intent to take FMLA leave
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. A flight attendant who was fired for dishonesty after reporting that she would be late due to a delayed commuter flight, but then flippantly saying she was “calling in
Black coworker’s higher pay alone doesn’t support white worker’s reverse race bias claim
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. Affirming summary judgment against a white employee’s reverse race discrimination claim, which was premised solely on one African-American coworker in the same department who
‘Too butch’ employee advances gender non-conformity—not sexual orientation bias—claim
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. A credit union employee who was purportedly told her appearance was “too butch,” passed over for promotions due to her supervisor’s animus toward lesbians, and to
Minimum wage compliance based on entire workweek, not individual hour within workweek
By Ronald Miller, J.D. On an issue of first impression in the Ninth Circuit, the appeals court held that the relevant unit for determining minimum wage compliance under the FLSA is the workweek as a w