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9781587781438

The Law of Employment Discrimination: Cases and Materials

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    9781587781438

  • ISBN10:

    1587781433

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-09-01
  • Publisher: West Group

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Structured for use with two-, three- or four-credit courses. In addition, benchmark legislative, administrative and judicial developments, such as the 1991 Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act are integrated into this volume.

Table of Contents

Preface To The Fifth Edition v
Acknowledgments vii
Table Of Cases
xxv
PART I. EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW BEFORE THE MODERN ERA 2(23)
The Constitution
2(7)
Federal Civil Rights Legislation and Executive Action
9(3)
Federal Labor Statutes
12(2)
State Law
14(11)
PART II. TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 25(663)
An Overview of the Substantive Provisions
25(32)
Covered Entities
25(28)
Employers
26(10)
Employment Agencies
36(3)
Labor Organizations
39(5)
``Individuals'' vs. ``Employees''
44(9)
Covered Employment Decisions
53(8)
Proscribed Bases of Classification
61(1)
Exemptions
61
Defining and Proving Discrimination
57(300)
Introduction
57(1)
Intentional Discrimination Against the Individual: Disparate Treatment
57(168)
The Conceptual Framework
58(49)
Proof of Causation
107(39)
The Defendant's Case
146(1)
General Rebuttal
146(1)
The Bona Fide Occupational Qualification
146(26)
Sexual Harassment
172(32)
Discrimination by Unions
204(7)
Retaliation
211(14)
Nonintentional Discrimination
225(73)
The Conceptual Framework
225(9)
The Plaintiff's Case
234(32)
The Defenses
266(18)
Bona Fide Seniority Systems
284(14)
Intentional Discrimination Against a Class: Pattern or Practice Litigation
298(59)
The Prohibited Classifications: Special Problems
357(52)
Religion and the Duty to Accommodate
357(30)
National Origin
387(9)
Race and Color
396(2)
Sex
398(11)
``Sex-Plus'' Discrimination and Pregnancy
400(35)
Sexual Harassment
435(40)
Sex-Linked Factors
475(11)
Sexual Preference Discrimination
486(20)
``Protective'' State Labor Legislation
506
Procedural Requirements for Private Sector Employees
409(80)
Suits by Individuals
410(58)
The ``Timeliness'' Requirements of Title VII
410(14)
Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel and the Impact of State Proceedings on Title VII Litigation
424(3)
The Date of Discrimination: When Does the Period for Filing the Charge Begin To Run?
427(24)
The Relation Between the Substance of the EEOC Charge and Suit
451(10)
The Effect of Compulsory Arbitration Agreements
461(7)
Suits By The EEOC
468(21)
Procedural Requirements For Public Sector Employees
489(6)
Federal Government Employees
489(5)
State and Local Government Employees
494(1)
Class Actions
495(44)
The Scope of the Class and the Proper Class Representative
498(11)
The Size of the Class
509(1)
The Class Action and the Prerequisites to Title VII Litigation
510(19)
The Preclusive Effect of the Class Action Judgment on the Claims of Individual Class Members
529(2)
Certification Under Rule 23(B)(2) and 23(B)(3): Notice to the Class and the Right To Opt Out
531(7)
Class Actions and the EEOC
538(1)
Remedies
539(149)
Monetary Relief
539(53)
Backpay
539(34)
Front Pay
573(1)
Damages
574(16)
Tax Consequences of Monetary Relief
590(2)
Injunctive Relief
592(42)
Attorney Fees
634(22)
Class Relief
656(32)
PART III. OTHER ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION 688(157)
The Reconstruction Civil Rights Act?42 U.S.C. §§1981,1983,1985(c)
688(52)
The Civil Rights Act of 1866?42 U.S.C. §1981
688(13)
The Civil Rights Act of 1871, Section One---42 U.S.C. §1983
701(19)
The Civil Rights Act of 1871, Sec. 2?42 U.S.C. §1985(C)
720(12)
The Applicable Statutes of Limitation
732(2)
The Role of Res Judicata and Collateral Estoppel
734(1)
Remedies
735(5)
Damages
735(1)
Injunctive Relief
736(1)
Attorney Fees and Costs
737(3)
The Equal Pay Act
740(26)
The Age Discrimination In Employment Act
766(27)
Overview of Statutory Provisions
766(3)
Substantive Provisions
769(14)
Procedural Requirements
783(10)
The Statutory Response To Disability-Based Discrimination
793(52)
The Americans With Disabilities Act
793(46)
General Overview
793(2)
The Meaning of ``Disability''
795(16)
The Meaning of ``Qualified Individual''
811(9)
The Dual Duty of Nondiscrimination
820(1)
The Antidiscrimination Mandate
820(4)
The Duty to Accommodate
824(6)
Defenses
830(1)
Job-Relatedness and Bus. Necess
830(1)
Bona Fide Ins. Plans
831(3)
Special Provisions Concerning Drug Testing and Other Medical Examinations
834(2)
Procedural and Remedial Issues
836(3)
The Rehabilitation Act
839(6)
PART IV. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 845(116)
Appendix 961(88)
Index 1049

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