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Discussion 2 - Pretend you are an attorney advising an...

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Pretend you are an attorney advising an employee (pick either a public or private sector employee) about how to deal with a problem of discrimination in the workplace. Make sure you cover the procedures to use the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and then filing a law suit in our court system. Remember to cover at least one type of discrimination (age, race, color, national origin, religious, etc.) and both disparate treatment and disparate impact categories of discrimination. Also, see if you can include a reference to a good case to explain to the employee (give citation) that would help an employee in this situation. An ex-employee of High Springs Community Church has come to my law office recently stating that he worked for the church for the past five years as a fulltime maintenance person and was discharged by the church for the reason of not following church protocol. The church told the employee prior to his termination that as a church
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  • Spring '07
  • Bloom
  • Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EOCC, High Springs Community Church, High Springs Community

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