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Suit Alleges Complaint About ‘Ethnic’ Dress (access required)

In an African-American administrative assistant’s Title VII suit alleging her employ­er showing race-based favoritism toward a white administrative assistant, the Rich­mond U.S. District Court will strike from the complaint, as not exhausted in plaintiff’s EEOC charge, allegations relating to plain­tiff’s ...

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SDTs for Former Employers Quashed (access required)

In an African-American hairdresser’s suit against her former employer, Great Clips, a Roanoke U.S. District Court quashes defendant’s subpoenas duces te­cum to plaintiff’s former and subsequent employers, as the information sought in these subpoenas may be obtained by written interrogatories ...

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Court Dismisses Gay Plaintiff’s Title VII Bias Claim (access required)

A male administrative assistant who al­leges he was paid less than female adminis­trative assistants can sue defendant universi­ty under the Equal Pay Act and for Title VII retaliation arising from an alleged refusal to allow him to take classes after ...

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