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Supreme Court Grants Cert in Pleading Case

The Supreme Court granted certiorari today in a pleading case, Zigler v. Turkmen, which involves the question of pleading discriminatory intent. Though the case arises outside of the employment law context, the decision may provide some guidance on what type...
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