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- Preventing Employer Retaliation and Winning Retaliation Cases: If You Plan to Protest Discrimination, Protest Loud and Clear
- Employer Discipline Against Sexual Harassers: When Is It Sufficient To Defeat A Lawsuit?
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- $855,000 Jury Verdict Is Upheld In Race Discrimination Case Is Upheld; Retail Chain Was Guilty of “Setting Up a Demographic Situation” By Denying Black Managers Assignments to Stores in White Areas
- Impolite, Improper Form of Protest Negates Employee’s Retaliation Claim
- LODESTAR AND BEYOND: Litigating Statutory Attorneys’ Fees in Maryland After the Court of Appeals’ Opinion in Friolo v. Frankel