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Employment Law: Accent Discrimination and English-Only Rules in the Workplace in Texas

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Employment Law: Accent Discrimination and English-Only Rules in the Workplace in Texas
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1. Employment Law: Accent Discrimination and English-Only Rules in the Workplace in Texas (Jun 2021)

Carlos Soltero

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Employment Law: Accent Discrimination and English-Only Rules in the Workplace in Texas (Jun 2021)

Join Carlos Soltero as he discusses key cases and authorities pertaining to national origin discrimination claims focused on accent discrimination and rules that require speaking only English in the workplace.   

Originally presented: May 2021 Employment Law: Accent Discrimination and English-Only Rules in the Workplace in Texas

Carlos Soltero, Soltero Sapire Murrell PLLC - Austin, TX