September 21, 2014
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September 19, 2014
Breaking - Mixed Bag Ruling In California Mixed Motive Case
Yesterday, the California Supreme Court issued its widely anticipated ruling in Harris v. City of Santa Monica regarding the burdens in so-called mixed motive discrimination cases. Our Alert on the decision can be found here.
This particular case had been pending before the court for three years, and should provide some guidance in cases where both legitimate and unlawful factors affect an employment decision.
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