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Are Plaintiffs Getting a Raw Deal in Employment Law Cases

September 26, 2008
Related Topics: Discrimination and EEOC Compliance, Wages and Hours
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One of the authors of a new study argues that a drop in the number of employment law cases filed in federal court is not a reflection of diminishing bias in the workplace, but the result of workers being discouraged about their chances of success in a system dominated by conservative judges appointed by the Bush administration.
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