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Posted on: Oct 21, 2015

Plaintiffs in employment discrimination cases may use Cat's Paw theory. This theory was adopted by the United States Supreme Court in 2011 in the matter of Staub v. Proctor Hospital. Check out this article for more on this theory and the cases involving it.

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