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Employment laws can be confusing and downright scary. They don’t have to be. As promised in my last webinar Answers to the World’s Scariest Employment Law Questions, I’ll be tackling each major law one by one to give you what you REALLY need to know. By the end, you’ll have handy one-page cheat sheets for …

EEOC Issues New Age Rule

The EEOC has released a new rule amending the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). What’s It All About? The rule clarifies the “reasonable factors other than age” (RFOA) defense available to employers in disparate impact age cases. In short: (1) the employee has the burden of identifying the adverse action and then (2) the …

Perfect Storm for Age Claims

Here’s Part 2 of my interview with the fine folks at the i-Sight Blog on all the latest developments in age discrimination law. Thanks again to Dawn Lomer of i-Sight!

The Ugly Truth About Age Discrimination

A rather intriguing article with the above title appears on today’s i-Sight Blog, featuring an interview with someone named Mark Toth. Check it out here. The bottom line: Look at the person, not presumptions.

Key Deadlines and Dates

One question often asked by our Blawg visitors is . . . I have trouble keeping track of deadlines and key dates under all the new laws and regulations. Help me cut through all the legal blah blah blah. What do I REALLY need to know about? Ask and you will receive. Here are some dates you might …

Age Claims Down?

According to the National Law Journal, the EEOC will soon release statistics showing that age claims declined in the past year — defying all conventional wisdom. The EEOC says that age claims were down 7% last year. That’s pretty shocking, especially considering all the RIF activity nationwide and the EEOC’s announced intention to more aggressively …

EEOC Holds Age Discrimination Hearing

As discussed here previously on the Blawg, yesterday the EEOC held a public hearing to discuss recent age discrimination developments. The EEOC scheduled the hearing due to “widespread layoffs, a significant spike in age discrimination charges, threats to employee benefits, and controversial recent court decisions.” Here are the highlights . . .  New Technical Assistance Of …

EEOC to Hold Age Discrimination Hearing

The EEOC announced that it will hold a public hearing to discuss age discrimination on Wednesday, July 15 at 10:00 a.m. EDT at the agency’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. The EEOC says the hearing is necessary due to “widespread layoffs, a significant spike in age discrimination charges, threats to employee benefits, and controversial recent court decisions.” …

Supreme Court: "Mixed Motive" Not Enough for Age Discrimination

In a 5-4 decision today (Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc.), the U.S. Supreme Court tossed out the concept of a “mixed motive” age discrimination case under the ADEA. Plaintiffs must now prove that age was the “but-for” cause of the challenged adverse employment action. Here’s the key language: We hold that a plaintiff bringing a disparate-treatment …

Supreme Court Issues Four Employment Law Opinions

It was a day chock-full of employment law for the Supreme Court, as it issued four decisions impacting employers.  Here are the highlights. In MetLife v. Glenn, the Supremes ruled that the administrator of an ERISA plan has a conflict of interest if it performs the dual role of evaluating claims and paying them.  What does this …