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Natofsky v. City of New York
United States Second Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Held that but‐for causation is required to succeed on an employment discrimination claim under Rehabilitation Act section 504. Because a...
04/18/2019 17‐2757
Moore v. Tangipahoa Parish School Board
United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Education Law
Upheld the imposition of a probationary period before final dismissal of a Louisiana school desegregation case. The school board contended that no...
04/18/2019 18-30115
Lu v. US
United States Ninth Circuit
Civil Rights, Attorney's Fees
Remanded an award of Equal Access to Justice Act attorney fees for reconsideration in light of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. v. Haeger, 137 S. Ct. 1178...
04/17/2019 17-55040
Culp v. Raoul
United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Rejected a constitutional challenge to Illinois's restrictions on concealed carry of firearms. The lawsuit was brought by out-of-state residents who...
04/12/2019 17-2998
Davis-Garett v. Urban Outfitters, Inc.
United States Second Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Revived a store employee's claims that she suffered a hostile work environment and retaliation, in violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment...
04/08/2019 17-3371-cv
Shelton v. State of Louisiana
United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Attorney's Fees, Criminal Law & Procedure
Addressed whether a deaf man on probation was entitled to an award of attorney fees after recovering only nominal damages on his claim that his...
03/26/2019 18-30349
Bogan v. MTD Consumer Group, Inc.
United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Held that an employee who was fired because of her race and sex might be entitled to reinstatement to her job. Remanded for reconsideration of the...
03/26/2019 17-60697
Thomas v. Bryant
United States Fifth Circuit
Civil Rights, Elections
Ruled on the Governor of Mississippi's request for a stay in a Voting Rights Act case. The federal district court re-drew the boundaries of a state...
03/22/2019 19-60133
Garcia v. Salvation Army
United States Ninth Circuit
Civil Rights, Tax-exempt Organizations, Labor & Employment Law
Held that an employee of the Salvation Army could not proceed with her claims for retaliation and hostile work environment, because Title VII's...
03/18/2019 16-16827
Kanter v. Barr
United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Held that a felon may constitutionally be barred from possessing a firearm even if the crime was nonviolent. A man who pleaded guilty to mail fraud...
03/15/2019 18-1478

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