Protecting Your Company against Retaliation Claims
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Retaliation claims remains the top charge that workers file on a yearly basis with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, totaling 42.8 percent of the charges that were filed in fiscal 2014. The high number of claims are due in part because retaliation claims are easier to prove than the underlying discrimination claims.
This webinar will provide employers a fundamental understanding of retaliation laws and how employers can protect themselves from employee retaliation claims.
Retaliation Under Title VII
Acts Constituting Protected Activity
- Persons Protected
- Persons Subject to Liability
What Constitutes Adverse Employment ActionEstablishing Causal Connection Between Protected Activity and Adverse Employment ActionOther Whistle-Blower Statutes
- Participation in Proceedings
- Opposition to Unlawful Employment Practice
teps Employers Can Do to Protect Themselves From Retaliation ClaimsAbout The Presenter
- Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Whistle-Blower Protection
- Affordable Care Act
Grace Y. Horoupian
- Partner with Fisher & Phillips LLP
- Practice focuses on representing employers in a variety of employment cases, including claims for civil rights violations, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour claims, ADA and ADEA violations, unfair business practices, misappropriation of trade secrets and class action disputes
- Provides preventive counseling and frequently presents seminars and workshops on employment issues
- Has written on numerous topics relating to her areas of expertise
- Serves as the vice chair and general counsel of the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce, where she was honored as Member Of The Year in 2011
- Achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
- J.D. degree, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California; B.A. degree, magna cum laude, University of California, Northridge, California
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