Tag Archives: Religion

Caps in Discrimination Laws Thwart Punitive Damages’ Purpose

As a plaintiff’s lawyer, I’m obviously not a huge fan of arbitrary damages caps, most often instituted as part of the “tort reform” movement (and covered extensively in the HBO movie “Hot Coffee”). A recent case of religious discrimination won … Continue reading

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Title VII – The Swiss Army Knife of Workplace Discrimination Laws

Title VII is a series of federal laws which prohibit workplace discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. I call it the Swiss army knife of workplace discrimination laws because it covers so many different … Continue reading

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