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Part I. Basic Theories
Chapter 1   Overview
Chapter 2  Theories Based on Intent
Chapter 3 Disparate Impact and Testing
Part II. Protected Classifications
Chapter 4 Race, Color, and National Origin
Chapter 5 Gender Discrimination
Chapter 6 Religion
Chapter 7 Retaliation
Part III. Getting Started
Chapter 8 Case Screening and Retainers
Chapter 9 Timeliness and the Doctrine of Continuing Violation
Chapter 10    Exhaustion of Administrative Procedures
Chapter 11 Choice of Forum and Pleadings
Chapter 12 Peculiarities of the EEO Process for Federal Employees
Part IV. Proving Your Case
Chapter 13 Choice and Timing of Discovery
Chapter 14 Probative Value of Statistical Evidence
Chapter 15 Use of the Defendant's Electronic Records
Chapter 16 Building One's Own Databases
Chapter 17 Expert Witnesses
Chapter 18 Useful Evidentiary Doctrines
Chapter 19 Documentary Evidence
Part V. Discriminatory Practices
Chapter 20 Analysis of Hiring and Promotion: Choice of Benchmarks
Part I: Applicant Flow
Chapter 21 Analysis of Hiring and Promotion: Choice of Benchmarks
Part II: Proxy Populations
Chapter 22 Hiring
Chapter 23 Promotions
Chapter 24 Terms and Conditions of Employment
Chapter 25 Analysis of Discipline and Discharge
Part VI. Class Actions
Chapter 26 Seeking Class Action Status
Chapter 27 Stage I: Management
Chapter 28 Stage II: Proceedings and Fairness Hearings
Part VII. Dispositions
Chapter 29 Summary Judgment
Chapter 30 Trials
Chapter 31 Appeals
Chapter 32 Settlement
Part VIII. Remedies
Chapter 33 Monetary Relief
Chapter 34 Equitable Relief and Generic Remedial Doctrines
Chapter 35 Postjudgment Enforcement
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