EEOC v. Center One LLC, et al

  1. February 01, 2024

    3rd Circ. Says EEOC Religious Bias Suit Should Go To Jury

    The Third Circuit revived a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission suit Thursday claiming a call center employee was forced to quit his job or face termination for taking time off to practice Judaism, ruling that a jury needed to decide if the employee was truly forced to quit.

  2. September 27, 2023

    3rd Circ. Seems Open To Reviving EEOC Religious Bias Suit

    The Third Circuit seemed inclined Wednesday to reinstate a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission suit brought on behalf of a worker who wanted holy days off, indicating a trial could clarify whether a call center forced him to quit by demanding a rabbi's note he couldn't get.

  3. September 01, 2023

    3 Arguments Discrimination Attys Should Watch In September

    In September, the Fourth Circuit will hear a high-profile challenge to a gay teacher's win in a suit alleging he was illegally fired by a Catholic school after announcing his wedding on social media, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will attempt to revive discrimination lawsuits in both the Third and Seventh circuits. Here, Law360 previews three upcoming argument sessions that workplace discrimination lawyers should have on their radar. 

  4. February 28, 2023

    EEOC Urges 3rd Circ. To Revive Holy Day Bias Case

    A former call center employee was unlawfully forced to choose between his job and his religious faith, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission told the Third Circuit on Tuesday, adding that the lower court wrongly gave the company an early win based on "tainted" legal reasoning.