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The EEOC Revises Its Guidance on Specific Disabilities Under the ADA

The EEOC has jurisdiction over claims of disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The EEOC has issued specific guidelines for certain disabilities.  The EEOC has now revised those Read More

The NLRB Finds Another Facebook-Related Violation: The Bettie Page Decision

The NLRB once again considered the application of section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act in the non-union context when it decided Design Technology Group, LLC d/b/a Bettie Page Read More

Fifth Circuit Addresses Damages in an Age Discrimination Case

The Fifth Circuit considered an age discrimination case in Miller v. Raytheon Co., No. 11-10586 (5th Cir. May 2, 2013) (published).  The most interesting aspect of the decision is the Read More

Corpus Christi Court of Appeals: Charge of Discrimination Was Sufficient to Cover "Pattern and Practice" Claim

The Corpus Christi Court of Appeals considered the sufficiency of a charge of discrimination in a race discrimination case in Rincones v. WHM Custom Services, Inc., No. 13-11-00075-CV (Tex. App. Read More

Houston Federal Court: Age Discrimination Plaintiff Presented Sufficient Evidence of Pretext

Judge Sim Lake of the Southern District of Texas considered an age discrimination claim in Paulissen v. MEI Technologies, Inc., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 59175 (S.D. Tex. April 25, 2013). The plaintiff, Read More

San Antonio Court of Appeals Rejects Race Discrimination Claim Because the Plaintiff Failed to Show That Other Employees Were Similarly Situated

The San Antonio Court of Appeals considered a race discrimination claim in Grice v. Alamo Community College District, No. 04-12-00524-CV (Tex. App. -- San Antonio April 24, 2013) (memorandum opinion). The plaintiff Read More

Fifth Circuit to Decide Scope of the National Security Exemption Under Title VII

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 contains a national security exemption, which prohibits any discrimination claim based on the denial or revocation of a security clearance.  The Read More

Texas Supreme Court to Decide Whether 17 Former Tyco Employees Are Entitled to Severance Pay

On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court granted the petition for review in Arsenio Colorado v. Tyco Valves and Controls, L.P., No. 12-0360.  The case involves the enforceability of employment contracts between Read More

The Supreme Court Holds That an Employer May Use Offers of Judgment to "Pick Off" the Class Representatives in an Overtime Suit, But Refuses to Decide the Key Mootness Issue

In a highly anticipated decision, the Supreme Court held today that an employer who is facing a potential collective action for unpaid overtime may use the offer of judgment procedure Read More

EEOC's Joint Employer Claim Against Valero Fails

In EEOC v. Valero Refining-Texas, L.P., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 42776 (S.D. Tex. March 13, 2013), Judge Costa considered the application of the "joint employer" doctrine to a disability discrimination claim Read More

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