No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

On August 7 Mission Hospital, in Asheville NC, learned the truth of Oscar Wilde’s observation that no good deed goes unpunished. That’s the day a federal court denied the hospital’s motion for summary judgment in a case brought against it by the EEOC. Hospital policy requires employees to have a flu shot …

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7th Cir. Won’t Let EEOC Skip Pre-Suit Conciliation

When CVS fired store manager Tonia Ramos in 2011, it offered her its standard severance agreement that included a broad release of waivable claims, including claims under Title VII, but explicitly preserving the right to participate in any proceeding enforcing discrimination laws.  Tonia signed.  A month later …

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