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Ahern, et al v. Shinseki, 1st Cir., 09-1985, December 13, 2010.

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First Circuit holds that Title VII does not protect employees from the "ordinary slings and arrows that suffuse the workplace every day."

Ogletree Deakins • January 10, 2011
The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reminds us that while Congress’ antidiscrimination laws are designed to protect workers’ rights, they are “not intended to function as a collective panacea for every work-related experience that is in some respect unjust, unfair, or unpleasant.” Consistent with this statement, the court dismissed the claims of four female radiology technicians who complained that their supervisor’s abrasive behavior and its resulting “nerve-wracking” work environment caused each of them to leave her employment at a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital