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Posts from November 2006.

On November 14, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an interesting opinion regarding what constitutes “protected activity” under Title VII. In Crawford v. Metro. Gov’t of Nashville and Davidson County, the Court rejected the plaintiff’s contention that she was engaged in protected activity under Title VII when, after being called into an investigatory meeting with ...

In the first case, Wells v. XPEDX, a Florida federal district court held on October 31 that the plaintiff, who had signed a release waiving his right to sue, could nevertheless pursue his age discrimination claim under the Age Discrimination In Employment Act. While the employer, XPEDX, claimed that Wells’ employment was terminated for poor performance, the Court said that the ...

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