Tag Archives: Price Waterhouse

Benchmarks: Alcoholic can sue ExxonMobil for discrimination

Imposing a random breath testing condition on an employee who voluntarily reveals her alcoholism can be direct evidence of disability discrimination. That’s the conclusion reached by the New Jersey Appellate Division in reviving the lawsuit of a long-time ExxonMobil technician ...

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Federal employee can bring mixed-motive age claim

A federal employee could sue for age discrimination without meeting the traditional burden of proving that age was the “but-for” cause of his failure to obtain a promotion, the D.C. Circuit has ruled in reversing judgment.

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