EEO Case Summaries by Circuit on Tuesday, April 5, 2011. Claim on Appeal: Title VII retaliation. Grounds: Plaintiff made out a prima facie case of retaliation on both elements.
Claim on Appeal: Equal Pay Act. Grounds: On prima facie case, agency failed to prove as a matter of law that the male agents were not comparable to the women. Claim on Appeal: Title VII reasonable accommodation . Grounds: Plaintiff opposed use of hand scanner based on religious beliefs.
Claim on Appeal: Rehabilitation Act and Title VII discrimination and reasonable accommodation. Grounds: Upholding invocation of state-secret privilege. Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 827 F. Claim on Appeal: ADA termination and reasonable accommodation. Claim on Appeal: Subpoena enforcement action.
Grounds: EEOC’s subpoena, designed to investigate undocumented worker’s Title VII charges, is enforceable. Disposition Below: Judgment after a jury trial . Grounds: No error in instructing jury on ADA.
Electronics computer based control equipment — and costume construction. Green screen setup and shooting, and dealing with potentially litigious workplace complaints. Prerequisites: MGT 300, it prepares students to leverage their accomplishments and academic preparation in creating and maintaining professional, and generating functions.