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  • Employment Discrimination Continues
    Employment Discrimination Continues

    The challenging field of employment law is one that has been growing significantly, and will continue to grow, over the years. Earlier this year, The National Law Journal and The New York Times ...

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  • Age Discrimination - An Insidious Epidemic
    Age Discrimination - An Insidious Epidemic

    Those of us who practice in the field of employment law have been faced with the realization that, although our work-life expectancy has increased, the age at which we are considered expendable and no ...

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  • Mandatory Retirement Age is Discrimination
    Mandatory Retirement Age is Discrimination

    A mandatory retirement age is an artificial limit placed on experienced employees in the workplace and amounts to age discrimination . Congress, in passing the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, ...

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  • Jurors May Be Permitted to Pose Questions
    Jurors May Be Permitted to Pose Questions

    An recent article in The National Law Journal discussed the fact that 12 geographic Federal circuits have now decided to permit jurors to pose written questions to witnesses during a trial. It ...

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  • Gender Discrimination on Wall Street
    Gender Discrimination on Wall Street

    There is no denying that gender discrimination exists in many industries, but nowhere is it more prevalent than on Wall Street. The past 10 years have seen more gender discrimination lawsuits brought ...

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  • Retaliation in the Workplace
    Retaliation in the Workplace

    Frequently, facts which lead to a claim of employment discrimination do more than simply that. They become the foundation for a claim of workplace retaliation. It is important that we remain mindful ...

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