Employee Discrimination

THE TITLE VII FIGHT: A CONSIDERATION OF CAUSATION IN RETALIATION CLAIMS (Part III)

I. BackgroundB. Legislation Change In the wake of Price, Congress amended both Title VII,[i]in part to codify the burden-shifting scheme introduced in Price,[ii]as well as the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).

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THE TITLE VII FIGHT: A CONSIDERATION OF CAUSATION IN RETALIATION CLAIMS (Part II)

I. BackgroundA. Price Waterhouse V. HopkinsThe history of burden shifting in a mix-motive situation begins with the case of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins.[i]In Price, the plaintiff accused the defendant, a public accounting firm, of gender discrimination when it failed to promote the plaintiff to partner.

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THE TITLE VII FIGHT: A CONSIDERATION OF CAUSATION IN RETALIATION CLAIMS (Part I)

Over the next few days, I will be posting may paper on whether or not retaliation claims under Title VII should have access to the Price burden shifting scheme. This was originally completed for a law review competition.

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