Employment Discrimination Policy

In Knight v. State University of New York at Stony Brook, 880 F.3d 636 (2d Cir. Jan. 29,  2018), the Second Circuit held that “a trial court does not commit error by submitting the question of whether the plaintiff was the defendant’s employee to the jury.” In this case, plaintiff (an African-American electrician) sued Defendant…

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The Producers Guild of America has recently issued Anti-Sexual Harassment Guidelines. Those Guidelines [PDF], according to the PGA’s website, comprise “information and recommendations as first steps to preventing and responding to harassment in the workplace” and “are provided to assist … in creating policies and programs and to assist individuals in responding to harassing behavior.”

Read More Sexual Harassment Guidelines Issued by Producers Guild of America
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