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Sex bias claim of university tennis coach fired after student’s sexual harassment allegation revived
The coach alleged he was fired based on a student’s malicious sexual harassment claim, the university was under some pressure to react more forcefully to allegations of male sexual misconduct, and...
OFCCP proposes regs clarifying the scope of the religious exemption
The proposed rule, which would clarify for federal contractors the scope of the religious exemption, “ensures that conscience and religious freedom are given the broadest protection...
Officer’s medical inquiry claim revived where no-beard policy exemption required ongoing medical certification
Reversing summary judgment in favor of the University of Pennsylvania on an African-American police officer’s constructive discharge and ADA discrimination claims, the Third Circuit, in an...