Tag: EEOC

Not Just A Fashion Statement

“This is going to sound like a joke” Justice Alito said, “but, you know, it’s not.” The not-joke was addressed to the lawyer for Abercrombie & Fitch who was defending the preppie fashion retailer’s decision not to hire an otherwise

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Scalia A Little Late For Conciliation Argument

  “Justice Scalia has the opinions in two cases,” the Chief Justice announced as Scalia’s chair sat empty, “he’s asked that I announce them.” It’s not unusual for the a senior justice to announce the opinion of an absent justice.

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The Lighter Side of a Mixed Case

Carolyn Kloeckner made a mistake navigating the labyrinth required to file a complaint against her former employer, the U.S. Department of Labor, alleging sex and age discrimination. Actually she filed two separate complaints with the EEOC, appealed to the MSPB

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