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February

Blog Posts in February, 2017

  • Pretext Part 4: Treating Some Employees Differently Than Others

    In our previous pretext posts The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories ,and Irregular Process and Agency Reasons That Don't Add Up we talked about pretext and outlined some common types of evidence a federal employee attorney can use to show an agency’s stated reason for an adverse action are a pretext. Today, we will examine an example of a federal ...
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  • Pretext Part 3: Irregular Process and Agency Reasons That Don't Add Up

    In our previous posts The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , and Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories , we discussed four ways a federal employee’s attorney can show an agency has given a false pretext for discrimination, and talked about two forms of evidence: Shifting explanations and lack of credibility in the agency’s reasons for its adverse action. Today, we will discuss a second ...
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  • Pretext Part 2: Shifting Explanations and Unbelievable Stories

    In our previous post The Real Reason For An Adverse Action , we briefly discussed the most common ways a federal employee’s attorney can show an that an adverse agency action was based on discrimination, even though the agency offered another reason as cover for the action. In this post, we will look at a 2009 EEOC case where two U.S. Postal Service workers were able to prove the agency ...
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