The Texas suit against the EEOC over the Commission’s criminal guidance was dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.  U.S. District…

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New Jersey became the latest state to pass the so-called “ban-the-box” bill which, in general, prohibits an employer from inquiring about…

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The Littler law firm recently issued a paper, noting the “swelling tide of class action litigation against employers under the [FCRA].” A…

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SeyfarthShaw partner, Gerald Maatman, Jr., asks a very good question: Is The EEOC’s Role To Enforce The Law, Or Make New Law?

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The Washington Legal Foundation recently issued a paper critical of the EEOC’s criminal history guidance.  According to the paper, the EEOC’s…

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One of the most recent case against an employer alleged to have violated the Civil Rights Act violation for using criminal…

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In November 2013, as noted in the Dallas Business Journal, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott [R] filed suit on Monday against…

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In December 2013, the U.S. Senate confirmed Commissioner Chai Feldblum to a second term at the EEOC on a largely, but…

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In March 2014, the EEOC announced a joint publication with the FTC, of what the EEOC called in its news release two…

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In March 2014, a U.S. magistrate in the U.S. District Court for North Carolina issued a sanction of $22,900 against the…

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