By Dion L. Beatty and Erin Dougherty Foley

Seyfarth Synopsis: In affirming summary judgment in favor of AutoZone, the Second Circuit rules that a sales associate did not provide enough evidence to satisfy her burden of proof for sex discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment. This decision is significant because the court agreed that it

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.

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