A NEW companion to the Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Law by James A. Matthews, III. The law surrounding discrimination in employment is constantly changing and evolving, and to present the law in the most useful and easy-to-reference fashion, James Matthews has created a stand-alone treatise on the topic. The author has completely revamped, updated and augmented his coverage of employment discrimination, and the new book contains a comprehensive index, case table, and appendix materials. Pennsylvania Labor & Employment Law: Employment Discrimination provides a thorough and focused examination of the federal, state and local equal opportunity and employment discrimination laws governing Pennsylvania employers and employees. It contains an up-to-date analysis of the most recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court and federal courts within the Third Circuit and includes extensive appendices of statutory and administrative materials for easy reference. Sections include: Sources of Law, Theories of Discrimination and Methods of Proof, Protected Classes, Enforcement and Remedies With hyperlinks to full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content Pennsylvania & Employment Law: Employment Discrimination is available as e Book, and as an annual paperback. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Background and Sources of Law 1-1 INTRODUCTION TO EMPLOYMENT-AT-WILL AND ITS EXCEPTIONS 1-2 APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAWS 1-3 COVERAGEChapter 2:Theories of Discrimination and Methods of Proof 2-1 DISPARATETREATMENT2-2 DISPARATEIMPACT2-3 MIXED MOTIVE 2-4 FAILURE TOACCOMMODATE2-5 HARASSMENT 2-6 RETALIATION 2-7 “PATTERN AND PRACTICE?G% CASES 2-8 REVERSE DISCRIMINATION AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTIONChapter 3:Protected Classes and Characteristics and Issues Specific to them 3-1 RACE AND COLOR3-2 NATIONAL ORIGIN, CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION STATUS3-3 SEX, SEXUAL PREFERENCE AND GENDER IDENTITY 3-4 RELIGION 3-5 AGE 3-6 DISABILITY 3-7 GED CERTIFICATE Chapter 4:Enforcement and Remedies 4-1 IN GENERAL 4-2 THE ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGE PROCESS4-3 PRIVATE CIVIL ACTIONS 4-4 REMEDIES About the Author James A. Matthews, III is a senior partner and co-chair of Fox Rothschild?GVs national Labor and Employment Department Jim Matthews has more than 25 years of experience representing management in all aspects of the employment relationship. His practice includes traditional labor law; employment practices counseling and litigation; and the full gamut of federal, state and local regulation of the workplace. He has extensive trial and appellate litigation experience in the arbitral, administrative and judicial systems. He earned his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law in 1981,where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Villanova Law Review. He received his A.B. from Duke University in 1978.