During oral arguments Tuesday in the case Thompson v. North American Stainless, Justice Stephen Breyer was wondering out loud if there was a way to allow a Title VII retaliation suit to be brought by a man who was fired after his fiancée complained of job discrimination without opening the litigation floodgates. "I'm just playing with ...
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