Vehar versus Cole Case Name Institution Professor Course Date What are the legal issues presented in this case? After working in many firms for so many years and gaining enormous experience Vehar had always gone through difficult moments. Since she had always experienced difficult times for all her working period she finally decided to file complaints on court which contained different issues which she had experience in all her period of service (Davis et al 2015). This was in the effort of seeking justice for her human rights so that she could find comfort in all her job situations. Among the issues she presented were sex discrimination in regard to equal pay through consideration of Vehar ending to a different title than the one she had been promised could be relevant as well (Davis et al 2015). References Eisenberg Deborah Thompson. "Shattering the equal pay act's glass ceiling." (2010). Lidge III E. F. (2011). Disparate Treatment Employment Discrimination and an Employer's Good Faith: Honest Mistakes Benign Motives and Other Sincerely Held Beliefs. Okla. City UL Rev. 36 45. Eisenberg D. T. (2010). Shattering the equal pay act's glass ceiling. Davis K. Miller A. Roberts K. A. Burke S. Napier S. Fernandez J. ... & Spartman B. (2015). DIRECTED TO THE HONORABLE ELENA KAGAN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES AND CIRCUIT JUSTICE FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT. [...]
Unit VCase Study Analyze the case and opinion in the case of Vehar v. Cole National Group, 251 Fed. Appx. 993 (6th Cir. 2007) located in your textbook on pp. 449–452. Write a case study review of Judge Griffin’s opinion that answers the questions below. Support your review with analysis and evidence from the unit reading and outside sources. What are the legal issues presented in this case? Did the plaintiff establish a valid prima facie case of pay discrimination? Was there a basis for equal work? On what factors did the appeals court base its decision? Why is the other-than-sex factor that is presented by the employer insufficient to avoid a trial? What should the employer have done differently? Your case study should be written in APA style and must be a minimum of two pages, not including the title and reference pages. You must use a minimum of three sources, one of which may be your textbook. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.