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The Florida Employer Fall 2013

The Florida Employer Fall 2013
  • September 18, 2013

The Florida Employer Fall 2013

A bulletin on employment, labor, benefits, and immigration law.

In this issue:

Title VII Retaliation Claims Require Proof of ‘But-For’ Causation

OSHA Cannot Skirt Burden to Prove Employer Had Knowledge of Violation

Risk of Discrimination Claims Based on Obesity Increases

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