Russell Cawyer posts an article on a recent case from the Fifth Circuit. In Cabral v. Brennan, U.S. Postal Service employee Cabral brought a retaliation claim against his employer following a two day suspension. The Fifth Circuit considered whether Cabral’s two day suspension constituted a materially adverse action sufficient to state a claim for retaliation.
Russel’s blog post, "Two Day Unpaid Suspension Not a Materially Adverse Action in Title VII Retaliation Case" Two Day Unpaid Suspension Not a Materially Adverse Action in Title VII Retaliation Case" is published on the Texas Employment Law Update.