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No Race Bias Claim for Skype Interview (access required)

A Roanoke U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s suit alleging defendant Apple did not hire him for an “At-Home Advisor” position because he is a white male, based on defendant having interviewed him over Skype and allegedly made its hiring decision ...

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‘State Secrets’ Halt CIA Agent’s Bias Suit (access required)

An African-American male plaintiff who alleges his employer, the CIA’s National Clandestine Service, discriminated against him on the basis of his race and his disability of narcolepsy, has his suit dismissed under defendant’s state secrets privilege; the Alexandria U.S. District ...

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Court Excludes EEOC ‘Background Check’ Expert (access required)

The EEOC cannot make a prima facie case that employer credit and criminal background  checks violate Title VII with a statistical report that is “rife with analytical errors” and “completely unreliable”; the 4th Circuit accepts the district court’s assessment of ...

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