By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr. and Jennifer A. Riley

Today, less than three weeks after oral argument, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court order granting summary judgment in favor of Kaplan in one of the EEOC’s most high profile cases – – EEOC v. Kaplan Higher Education Corp., No. 13-3408 (6th Cir. April. 9,

By Matthew Gagnon and Gerald L. Maatman, Jr.

The EEOC has taken some high-profile hits lately, see here and here, but in EEOC v. Baltimore County, No. 13-1106 (4th Cir. Mar. 31, 2014), the EEOC scored a victory against Baltimore County, Maryland, which had an employee retirement benefit plan that the EEOC alleged

By Paul Kehoe          

Amidst a nation characterized by rapidly changing demographics, the EEOC today held a public meeting to discuss national origin discrimination. We attended to get a front row seat for our loyal blog readers. The bottom line – employers should pay attention to this.

Commissioner Yang, in conjunction with Chair Berrien, led the

By Gerald L. Maatman Jr. and Howard M. Wexler

While the Federal Government is shut down for now, the EEOC is trying shut down courts ability to review its conciliation efforts for good. As we previously reported here, the EEOC has aggressively pursued this theory by attacking defendants’ failure-to-conciliate affirmative defenses in two recent