Supreme Court Makes it Harder to Prove Job Bias Claims

, The National Law Journal


In back-to-back, divided rulings on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court raised the bar for employees seeking to prove discrimination in their workplaces.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    If one feels disrespected by an employer, one should quietly seek another employer -- not a parasitic personal injury lawyer who'll goad one into a pathetic, revealing lawsuit for all to hear and see. Life's too short, folks. Try your best to get along, and stay classy.

  • Publicus

    The EEOC has needed reining in for a long time. However, these decisions also further establish that the court majority will show almost unlimited deference to the interests of corporate America.

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