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In recent years, the U.S. Supreme Court has handed down some employment law decisions that, quite frankly, have had little practical impact beyond the parties to that case. But two employment law decisions handed down in the last week of the 2012-2013 term have quite significant implications for employment discrimination law — consequences that are favorable to employers. The holding in each case — one relating to retaliation and the other relating to workplace harassment — will make it harder for plaintiffs to assert successful claims.
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