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Is a Lateral Transfer Adverse Employment Action?

Posted In Adverse Employment Action, Deleon v. Kalamazoo Cnty. Road Comm’n, Employment Law, Lateral Transfers

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that, under certain circumstances, a lateral transfer can constitute adverse employment action for purposes of Title VII, the ADEA, and Section 1983.  In Deleon v. Kalamazoo Cnty. Road Comm’n, No. 12-2377 (6th Cir. Jan. 14, 2014), the Court held that a lateral transfer may be “adverse” to the employee when the terms and conditions of the transfer are inferior to what the employee originally sought. More >

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