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Employment Discrimination: Unlawful Grounds and Prevention 2019 Edition

This title is an essential guide to practice and procedure in employment discrimination cases in state and federal court.

This handbook is your comprehensive guide to practice and procedure in employment discrimination cases in state and federal tribunals. It includes coverage of race, national origin, religious, sex, age, and disability discrimination; how an employer can prevent claims of discrimination; and development of affirmative action plans and practice before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. It also includes editable forms that can be used in your practice.

Listing of chapters, authors (with firms hyperlinked and location — city — noted), general editor(s) (if applicable).

 

 

Chapter 1 — Race Discrimination

Brian A. Hartstein, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 2 — National Origin Discrimination

Heather A. Jackson, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 3 — Religious Discrimination

Tracy Bradford Farley, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 4 — Sex Discrimination and Harassment

Abigail C. Rogers and Roxana M. Underwood, Clark Baird Smith LLP, Rosemont and Chicago

 

Chapter 5 — Age Discrimination

Aimee E. Delaney and Sunghee W. Sohn, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 6 — Employment Discrimination Based on Disability

Daniel R. Saeedi and Rachel L. Schaller, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 7 — How an Employer Can Minimize Employment Discrimination Risks

Thomas Y. Mandler and John T. Roache, Akerman LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 8 — Developing Affirmative Action Plans and Practice Before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

Kenneth R. Dolin, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

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This handbook is your comprehensive guide to practice and procedure in employment discrimination cases in state and federal tribunals. It includes coverage of race, national origin, religious, sex, age, and disability discrimination; how an employer can prevent claims of discrimination; and development of affirmative action plans and practice before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. It also includes editable forms that can be used in your practice.

Listing of chapters, authors (with firms hyperlinked and location — city — noted), general editor(s) (if applicable).

 

 

Chapter 1 — Race Discrimination

Brian A. Hartstein, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 2 — National Origin Discrimination

Heather A. Jackson, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 3 — Religious Discrimination

Tracy Bradford Farley, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 4 — Sex Discrimination and Harassment

Abigail C. Rogers and Roxana M. Underwood, Clark Baird Smith LLP, Rosemont and Chicago

 

Chapter 5 — Age Discrimination

Aimee E. Delaney and Sunghee W. Sohn, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 6 — Employment Discrimination Based on Disability

Daniel R. Saeedi and Rachel L. Schaller, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 7 — How an Employer Can Minimize Employment Discrimination Risks

Thomas Y. Mandler and John T. Roache, Akerman LLP, Chicago

 

Chapter 8 — Developing Affirmative Action Plans and Practice Before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

Kenneth R. Dolin, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago

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