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VanDeusen on Univ. of Texas Sw. Med. Ctr. v. Nassar: Supreme Court Holds "But-For" Standard Applies in Title VII Retaliation Cases (PDF)

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In perhaps the biggest employment case this term, the Supreme Court has held that a "but-for" standard - not the "mixed motive" analysis applies to retaliation claims under Title VII. In Nassar, the court resolved the Circuit split that developed after its 2009 decision in Gross v. FBL Financial Servs. Inc. Darrell VanDeusen discusses the Court's decision and considers its possible application to other anti-discrimination laws.

 

Darrell VanDeusen is the president of the metropolitan Baltimore law firm Kollman & Saucier, P.A., and has represented management in all areas of labor and employment law since 1985.  Darrell also teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore Law School.  His chapters on the Family & Medical Leave Act, published by LexisNexis as part of its Labor and Employment Law treatise, has been cited by federal appellate courts as authoritative on the subject.

 

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