Retaliation Claims Harder To Ditch After 4th Circ. Ruling

By Ben James (May 12, 2015, 5:17 PM EDT) -- A Fourth Circuit decision reviving a lawsuit by a black cocktail waitress, who said she was subjected to racial slurs and then fired after complaining, set a new and more employee-friendly standard for Title VII retaliation claims and will make it tougher to get similar cases tossed, lawyers said....

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