By: Michael Jacobsen, Christopher DeGroff, and Gerald L. Maatman, Jr.

Seyfarth Synopsis:  On April 10, 2019, the EEOC released its comprehensive enforcement and litigation statistics for Fiscal Year 2018.  The release arrived a few months later than usual – likely due to the recent government shutdown – but still packed a punch in several

By Chris DeGroff and Brian Wong

In the world of EEOC systemic enforcement, court-imposed injunctive relief accompanies nearly every settlement of Title VII claims. The parties memorialize this relief in the form of a consent decree to be approved by the Court and entered as an enforceable order. Though the parties and the public tend

By Christopher J. DeGroff and Laura J. Maechtlen

Background

As many of our loyal readers are aware, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against CVS Pharmacy this year, alleging that a standard severance agreement used by the company violates Title VII of the

By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr. and  Kathryn “Chris” Palamountain 

We normally pass on blogging about briefs filed by a party before a court ruling, but Texas’ litigation against the EEOC and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is not shaping up to be just an everyday lawsuit. 

This is a must read for employers. It goes

By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr. and Christopher J. DeGroff

Calling all loyal blog readers – the EEOC-Initiated litigation webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, February 25, 2013. Click here to register and attend.

Our readers have given us wide-ranging feedback since the launch of our annual EEOC litigation study, EEOC-Initiated Litigation: Case Law Developments In 2013

By Christopher DeGroff, Reema Kapur, and Gerald L. Maatman, Jr.

We are pleased to offer a year-end bonus for all of our loyal readers of our blog – a pre-publication preview of our annual study of EEOC litigation is here: the launch of our book entitled EEOC-Initiated Litigation: Case Law Developments In 2013