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Causation, Part 22 (Gross)

In Gross, the Supreme Court facially relies on tort principles of “but for” cause.  However, as discussed in the last post, its use of tort law is unsatisfying in at least two respects. 634 more words

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Causation, Part 18 (Gross)

In Gross, the Supreme Court made an unnecessary guess about what Congress intended when it amended Title VII in 1991, but did not make similar amendments to the ADEA. 393 more words

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Causation, Part 16 (Gross)

In this post, I explore how the Gross decision mischaracterized the 1991 amendments to Title VII and their effect on the ADEA.

As we discussed in the last post, Congress’ reaction to… 476 more words

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Causation Part 15 (Gross)

Gross is one of the worst reasoned cases in employment discrimination jurisprudence. I want to be careful in explaining what I mean by this. I do not mean that there are not ways to reason to the Court’s ultimate holding in the case. 860 more words

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Causation, Part 14 (Gross)

In prior posts I examined the Price Waterhouse decision and the 1991 amendments to Title VII. In this post, we fast forward to the Supreme Court’s 2009 decision in… 445 more words

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Air Rifle Shooting at Oaks Barn Farm

Our Guests this weekend from Price Waterhouse enjoying field Target shooting on the farm, here for a Wedding at Ragley Hall and booked both the Grain Store and Coach House.

Life On The Farm

Causation, Part 13 (1991 amendments to Title VII)

In 1991, Congress responded to several Supreme Court decisions by amending Title VII. Congress inserted language in Title VII making it clear that a plaintiff may prevail under Title VII if she establishes a protected trait was a “motivating factor” for a decision. 254 more words

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