7th Circuit Sends Sex-Based Salary Comments Back to the 1950s

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As any high schooler with a smartphone will tell you, your words can haunt you long after you utter them. One high school recently learned the same is true for its employees, thanks to the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Read on to see why the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals (whose decisions apply to Illinois employers) recently refused to let an employer off the hook for alleged discriminatory comments made in 2006.

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Cheryl Kellogg was hired as a teacher at the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics,

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