The top concerns of plaintiffs and defendants in employment discrimination cases are 'What am I going to receive if I win my case?' and 'How much will this case cost the company if we lose?' Professor Belton answers both of these questions by providing in-depth explanations of the broad range of remedies available, from both a monetary and nonmonetary standpoint. Topics cover a wide range of remedies including: the remedial measures of injunctive relief, reinstatement, promotion, compensation, mitigation, and punitive and liquidated damages.
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Remedies are the top concern of both plaintiff and defendant in employment discrimination cases. The author provides in-depth explanations of the range of remedies available, from both monetary and nonmonetary standpoints. Addresses remedial measures such as injunctive relief, reinstatement, promotion, compensation, mitigation, punitive and liquidated damages-as well as tangential concerns like taxes, attorneys' fees, and interest awards. Provides case studies, citations, law reviews and other functional references; identifies remedial law and conflicts in the courts; discusses current trends in the law; and notes unresolved issues and policy questions.
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Book Description Aspen Law & Business, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0735512892