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Rogers v. Equal Employment Opp. Comm

U.S.
May 30, 1972
406 U.S. 957 (1972)

Summary

In Rogers, the Fifth Circuit held that a Hispanic complainant could establish a Title VII violation by proving that the employer created a hostile work environment for employees by continuously giving discriminatory service to Hispanic customers. Again, the court was commenting on the requirement of showing that the "environment" was hostile.

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Opinion

No. 71-1162.

May 30, 1972.


C.A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 454 F. 2d 234.


Summaries of

Rogers v. Equal Employment Opp. Comm

U.S.
May 30, 1972
406 U.S. 957 (1972)

In Rogers, the Fifth Circuit held that a Hispanic complainant could establish a Title VII violation by proving that the employer created a hostile work environment for employees by continuously giving discriminatory service to Hispanic customers. Again, the court was commenting on the requirement of showing that the "environment" was hostile.

Summary of this case from Long v. Wray Automotive, Inc.

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Case details for

Rogers v. Equal Employment Opp. Comm

Case Details

Full title:ROGERS ET AL. v. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION

Court:U.S.

Date published: May 30, 1972

Citations

406 U.S. 957 (1972)

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