McDonnell Douglas Corp. v. Green

By Abigail Cahak

Background of a street light reflection on broken windowSeyfarth Synopsis:  In a recent decision, the Seventh Circuit clarifies that plaintiffs need not present a “convincing mosaic” of direct or indirect evidence of discrimination to withstand summary judgment.  Rather, the evidence considered as a whole must permit a reasonable factfinder to find that discrimination caused the adverse employment action.

On August 19, 2016, the U.S. Court
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