Supreme Court Set To Clarify Causation Standards for Section 1981 Claims
"Causation in fact--i.e., proof that the defendant's conduct did in fact cause the plaintiff's injury--is a standard requirement of any tort claim." What is not always standard, however, is the prism through which legal causation is analyzed.
Alex Berg is an associate with Kollman & Saucier, a metropolitan Baltimore law firm representing management in all areas of labor and employment law. Before joining the firm, Alex served as a judicial law clerk on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and the D.C. Superior Court.
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