Plaintiff States Retaliation Claim

In Russell-Webster v. Gina Raimondo, Secretary of the United States Department of Commerce, Case No. CIV-22-1074-D, 2023 WL 8358562 (W.D.Okla. Dec. 1, 2023), the court, inter alia, held that plaintiff adequately stated a plausible retaliation claim under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The court explained: To state a prima facie case…

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In Mejia v. T.N. 888 Eighth Ave. LLC Co., 2018 WL 1988855 (NY Sup. Ct. NY Cty., Index No. 150228/2014), the court held that plaintiff sufficiently alleged retaliation under New York Labor Law 215. In his thorough and well-reasoned opinion, New York Supreme Court Justice Robert Kalish wrote, inter alia: Plaintiff then alleged that, in retaliation…

Read More Plaintiff States Retaliation Claim Under NY Labor Law 215 [Meija v. T.N. 888 Eighth Ave LLC]
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In Pertillar v. AAA Western and Central New York, 16-238, 2018 WL 583115 (N.D.N.Y. Jan. 26, 2018), the court dismissed plaintiff’s race discrimination and hostile work environment claims, but held that plaintiff sufficiently alleged retaliation. The court summarized the requirements for pleading retaliation: A plaintiff claiming retaliation under Title VII [of the Civil Rights Act…

Read More Retaliation Claim Sufficiently Alleged, Based on “Very Close” Temporal Proximity Between Protected Activity & Adverse Action
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