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Supreme Court Hears First Employment Case Of Term

Published by on October 9, 2008

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in its first employment case of the term.  The Court will decide whether an employee who participates in an internal sexual harassment investigation is protected from retaliation under Title VII.  Given the Court’s recent jurisprudence expanding retaliation claims, it is likely they will find such conduct to […]

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in its first employment case of the term.  The Court will decide whether an employee who participates in an internal sexual harassment investigation is protected from retaliation under Title VII.  Given the Court’s recent jurisprudence expanding retaliation claims, it is likely they will find such conduct to be protected.  A number of blogs have more detailed analysis of the case here and here.  Law.com has coverage here.

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