Few job-discrimination plaintiffs win court cases

02/20/2009 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

Employees who sue over job discrimination won just 15% of their cases from 1979 to 2006 while the average for all civil lawsuits is about 51% for the same time period, according to research. "Judges demand more of discrimination cases than other types of cases," says Cornell University Law School Dean Stewart Schwab, who co-authored the study.

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