The Sixth Circuit Maintains Title VII's High Burden of Proof in Hostile Work Environment Claims
On the Job 05/30/2017

Actionable claims under Title VII must be regarded as severe and pervasive, from both an objective and subjective standpoint.  In Phillips v. UAW International, Case No. 01-94430 (6th Cir. April 12, 2017) Plaintiff failed to meet her burden of proof when pleading claims of hostile work environment...

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