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Causation, Part 9 (Price Waterhouse)

Justice O’Connor’s concurrence in Price Waterhouse plays a crucial role in the development of causation doctrine in discrimination cases. In it, she emphatically declared that Title VII is a statutory tort. 447 more words

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Causation, Part 8 (Price Waterhouse)

In the last post, I discussed the first part of the Price Waterhouse plurality opinion. That part of the opinion did some important work. It noted Congress’ rejection of sole causation. 358 more words

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Causation, Part 7 (Price Waterhouse)

In the last post, I pointed out the ambiguity in Title VII’s main provision. This post explores that ambiguity further and continues our discussion of… 731 more words

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Causation, Part 6 (Price Waterhouse)

The modern causation trilogy consists of three cases: Price Waterhouse, Griggs, and Nassar. This post begins an in-depth discussion of Price Waterhouse v. 735 more words

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