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Published by on June 8, 2009

Some employment law tidbits after the break. A nine-year sexual harassment lawsuit involving three trials has ended with a defense verdict.  The lawsuit, among other things, apparently consumed the employer, which filed for bankruptcy during the process.  Law.com has the story here. Pennsylvania district court judge declines to apply Ledbetter Fair Pay Act to failure […]

Some employment law tidbits after the break.

A nine-year sexual harassment lawsuit involving three trials has ended with a defense verdict.  The lawsuit, among other things, apparently consumed the employer, which filed for bankruptcy during the process.  Law.com has the story here.

Pennsylvania district court judge declines to apply Ledbetter Fair Pay Act to failure to promote claims.  The Law.com story is here.

The Second Circuit allowed a man to sue his employer based on a sexual sterotyping claim, namely, that he was forced to resign because a female co-worker was “likely” to sue the company for sexual harassment.  A recap of the decision is here.  The opinion can be found here.

Some advice on how to use “scoring systems” in job interviews based on an adverse court decision here.

Why being truthful and consistent is important to your future defense of an employment lawsuit.  The Connecticut Employment Law Blog has an anecdote here.

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