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Oral arguments in the case of Nicholas v. SAWS were heard recently. The Defendant appealed the matter to the Texas Supreme Court after losing before the Fourth Court of Appeals. See my prior post about that appeal here and here. In the oral arguments, the defense attorney, Rachel Ekery, said the harassment by the

There are so many cases discussing the burden of proof in discrimination cases. It is even more complicated when the plaintiff is alleging mixed motives. Mixed motive cases refers to those cases that have a mix of motives, unlawful and lawful. For example, a plaintiff who alleges she was overlooked for a promotion due to

According to a recent survey of parties to employment lawsuits, neither side believes employment discrimination cases are fair.  But, plaintiffs are more likely to feel dissatisfied with their lawyers.  The American Bar Foundation, part of the American Bar Association conducted a survey of parties to employment lawsuits.  See ABA report.  The study is based