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Back and Front Pay Under Title VII and State, City Laws: for Judge or Jury?

, New York Law Journal


David Wirtz, of Littler Mendelson, and Orit Goldring, of The Goldring Firm, analyze questions in employment litigation relating to awards of back pay and front pay. What kinds of claims for relief go to the judge and what claims go to the jury depends on what substantive law is at issue, what relief is sought, and whether the relief is being sought in federal or state court.

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