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Employment Law

Prof’s ‘Comparators’ Don’t Show Wage Bias (access required)

Plaintiff associate professor’s allega­tions of higher pay for six male faculty members in different university de­partments, citing their alleged lesser experience, lower teaching loads and lower enrollments in their classes, are not sufficient to state a claim under the Equal ...

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College Official Claims Race Bias in Firing (access required)

A Harrisonburg U.S. District Magis­trate Judge recommends summary judg­ment for defendant university in this Title VII suit filed by a female African-Ameri­can administrator who claims racial bias led to her termination as Director of In­stitutional Research and Assessment; the evidence ...

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No Age Bias in Firing After Reorganization (access required)

A 501(c)(3) government consulting firm wins summary judgment in an age dis­crimination suit filed by a 52-year-old pro­grammer who performed unsatisfactorily in his role as a supervisor of programmers, and therefore was terminated, according to defendant employer. Plaintiff relies on ...

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