Hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
This book provides comprehensive treatment of the major federal employment discrimination statutes, focusing on Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA, and Section 1981. It discusses who is liable for discrimination and the people the statutes protect from discrimination. The book offers an extensive discussion of the frameworks for analyzing discrimination, including frameworks for individual disparate treatment, pattern or practice, harassment, disparate impact, and retaliation. One chapter focuses on religious accommodation and another chapter focuses on disability accommodation. The book also contains separate treatment of affirmative action. It also explores defenses to discrimination claims, the procedure for pursuing claims, and remedies. The book provides extensive discussion of canonical cases.
Formatted Contents Note
Chapter 1. Scope and Coverage of Federal Discrimination Statutes Chapter 2. Protected Classes Chapter 3. Individual Disparate Treatment Chapter 4. Pattern or Practice Chapter 5. Harassment Chapter 6. Disparate Impact Chapter 7. Religious Accommodation Chapter 8. Disability Discrimination Chapter 9. Affirmative action Chapter 10. Retaliation Chapter 11. Defenses Chapter 12. Remedies Chapter 13. Procedure Chapter 14. Other Sources of Discrimination Law.
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