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6th Circuit Court of Appeals

“Smoke” Should Be Enough to Get to a Jury, Let Alone a Smoking Gun

The Sixth Circuit’s opinion in Babb v. Maryville Anesthesiologists P.C. draws attention to a troubling and pervasive trend of misapplying the summary judgment standard.
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#MeToo Secondary Effects: When Avoiding Harassment Becomes Discrimination

The #MeToo movement has dominated headlines lately, but what has received less coverage is the adverse after effects it may be having on women. In an effort to avoid claims of harassment, employers may treat women differently, and this can lead to claims of discrimination.