Finding the Appropriate Standard for Employer Liability in Title VII Retaliation Cases: An

Eddy, Margery Corbin
September 1999
Albany Law Review;1999, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p361
Academic Journal
Addresses the impact of the United States Supreme Court's guidance for employer liability in sexual harassment claims in the retaliation context. Development of dual standards; Employer liability in retaliation cases; Definition of the adverse employment action.


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