ISBN-10:
1454868481
ISBN-13:
9781454868484
Pub. Date:
04/10/2017
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Examples & Explanations for Employment Discrimination / Edition 3

Examples & Explanations for Employment Discrimination / Edition 3

by Joel W. Friedman

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781454868484
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 04/10/2017
Series: Examples & Explanations Series
Edition description: New
Pages: 344
Sales rank: 600,554
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xvii

Part I Proving Discrimination

Chapter 1 Individual Claims of Intentional Discrimination 3

A Introduction 3

B The Basic Analytical Framework: A Tripartite Formula 4

C The Formula in Operation: Proving Pretext 6

D An Alternative Evidentiary Approach for Mixed Motive Cases 15

E After-Acquired Evidence 22

F A Quick Word on Affirmative Defenses 25

Chapter 2 Systemic Claims of Intentional Discrimination 27

A Introduction 27

B Using Statistics to Establish a Prima Facie Claim of Systemic Disparate Treatment: Teamsters and "The Inexorable Zero" 28

C Another Statistical Model for Closer Cases of Systemic Disparate Treatment: Hazelwood 30

D Yet a Third Model of Statistical Analysis for Multi-Factored Decisions: Bazemore 32

E Another Brief Word on Affirmative Defenses 39

F And, Finally, This … 40

Chapter 3 Non-Intentional Discrimination: Disparate Impact 41

A Introduction 41

B Establishing a Prima Facie Case of Impact Discrimination 42

C Applying Impact Analysis to Multi-factored Decisions and Subjective Criteria 45

D Defending Impact Claims: An Introduction 54

1 An Affirmative Defense to Title VII Impact Claims: Job-Relatedness and Business Necessity 54

2 An Employer's Alternative to Validation: "Norming" or Other Attempts to Avoid the Existence of Disparate Impact 57

E That's Not All, Folks 62

Part II Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

Chapter 4 A General Overview: Proper Plaintiffs, Suable Defendants, Covered Practices, Exceptions, and Exemptions 67

A Introduction 67

B Suable Defendants: Employers 68

C Suable Defendants: Employment Agencies 72

D Suable Defendants: Labor Organizations 74

E Proper Plaintiffs: "Employees" and "Individuals" 76

F Covered Practices 78

G Exceptions and Exemptions: Overview 80

H The Religious Discrimination Exemption for Religious Institutions 81

Chapter 5 Special Proof Issues Under Title VII: Defenses, Sexual Harassment, and Retaliation 93

A Introduction: The Basic Proof Formulations Redux 93

B Affirmative Defense to Intentional Discrimination: §703 (e)(1) - The BFOQ Defense 94

C Affirmative Defenses to Impact-Based Discrimination: §703 (h) - Bona Fide Seniority or Merit Systems and Professionally Developed Ability Tests 102

D Sexual Harassment: Is It Actionable Discrimination? 106

E Sexual Harassment: Is the Defendant Employer Liable? 114

F Retaliation 121

Chapter 6 Specific issues Involving the Five Protected Classifications: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, and National Origin 133

A Religion-Based Discrimination and the Duty to Accommodate 133

B National Origin-Based Discrimination 138

C Discrimination on the Basis of Race and Color 141

D Discrimination on the Basis of Sex 142

1 Introduction 142

2 The "Sex-Plus" Doctrine 142

3 Discrimination on the Basis of Pregnancy 144

4 An Aside: The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 148

5 Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation 149

6 Reliance on Sex-Based Actuarial Tables 151

Chapter 7 Enforcement: Procedures 157

A Title VII Procedural Requirements for Nonfederal Employees: Overview 157

B The First Step: Federal and State Administrative Charges 158

C Determining the Date of Discrimination 169

D Individual Suits: Permissible Scope 178

E Individual Suits: Preclusive Effect of Administrative and State Court Rulings 179

F The Impact of Arbitration Agreements on Litigating Title VII Claims 180

G Suits by the EEOC 187

H Procedural Requirements for Federal Employees 188

I Class Actions: Overview 191

J Class Actions: Rule 23 Analysis 192

Chapter 8 Enforcement: Remedies 199

A Overview 199

B Equitable Relief 200

1 Injunctive Relief 200

2 Back Pay 202

3 Attorney's Fees 203

C Legal Relief 213

1 Compensatory Relief 213

2 Punitive Damages 216

3 Cap on Damages 218

4 Taxation of Monetary Damage Awards 219

D Equitable and Legal Remedies in Cases Involving Systemic Discrimination 219

E Affirmative Action 220

1 Overview 220

2 The Constitutional Limits 221

3 Statutory Limits-Title VII Scrutiny of Affirmative Action 224

Part III Other Federal Antidiscrimination Statutes

Chapter 9 The Reconstruction Civil Rights Acts - 42 U.S.C. §§1981, 1983, and 1985 - and the Equal Pay Act 235

A The Civil Rights Act of 1866-42 U.S.C. §1981 235

1 Overview 235

2 Coverage and Substantive Provisions 236

3 Procedures and Remedies 238

B The Civil Rights Act of 1871, Section One - 42 U.S.C, §1983 244

C The Civil Rights Act of 1871, Section Two - 42 U.S.C. §1985(3) 250

D The Equal Pay Act 252

1 Overview 252

2 Coverage and Substantive Provisions 252

3 Relationship to Title VII 255

4 Procedure and Remedies 256

Chapter 10 The Age Discrimination in Employment Act 261

A Overview 261

B Coverage 261

C The Meaning of Age Discrimination 263

D Proving and Defending Intentional Age-Based Discrimination Claims 263

E Proving and Defending Disparate Impact Claims 273

F Voluntary and Involuntary Retirement 274

G Public Employees and Constitutional Challenges to Age Discrimination 276

H Procedure and Remedies for Nonfederal Employees 280

I Federal Employees 283

Chapter 11 Discrimination on the Basis of Disability 289

A The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 289

1 Overview 289

2 The Meaning of "Disability" 291

a "Regarded As" 291

b Physical or Mental Impairment 292

c Substantially Limiting 293

d Major Life Activities 296

3 The Meaning of "Otherwise Qualified" 302

4 The Dual Meaning of Discrimination 306

a Proving Adverse Action-Based Discrimination: Intentional and Disparate Impact Claims and Retaliation 306

b Causation 308

c Associational Discrimination 308

d Defending Adverse Action-Based Discrimination Claims 309

i Direct Threat 309

ii Bona Fide Insurance Plans 310

iii Job-Relatedness and Business Necessity 311

iv Religious Entities 311

e The Duty to Accommodate 314

i A Few Words About Genetic Testing 319

ii Drug Testing and Other Medical Examinations 320

5 Procedures and Remedies 324

B The Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 325

C Constitutional Claims 326

Index 329

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