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[url=“http://www.elinfonet.com/headcount.php?ID=13359”>Second Circuit Permits Title VII Claim Based on Association to Proceed.</A>
The Second Circuit recently reversed a trial court’s decision granting summary judgment in favor of an employer, holding that an employer may violate Title VII if it takes action against an employee because of the employee’s association with a person of another race. See Holcomb v. Iona College (April 1, 2007). In this case, Holcomb, who is white, claimed the college discharged him from his job as an assistant basketball coach because he was married to a black woman. The college claimed he was discharged as part of an overhaul of its staff in an effort to improve a poorly performing basketball team.
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<a >New Leave Law in Washington Benefits Military Families.</A>
Washington’s new leave law allows an employee whose spouse is a member of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard, or Reserves to take up to 15 days of unpaid leave while his or her spouse is on leave from deployment, or before and up to deployment, during times of military conflict declared by the President or Congress. The new law, effective June 12, 2008, applies to all public and private employers. Eligible employees are entitled to the 15 days of leave for each deployment of the military spouse.
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York Daily Record - April 29, 2008