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BA370 Case Analyses 4  (1) Johnson V. Transportation Agency, Santa Clara County (Ch 8, p 242) and (2) Hardage v. CBS (Ch 9, p 286) ((***** Answered All questions + APA Format + References *****))

 

 

Case Analyses: select TWO court cases (from different chapters) from the list below, and respond in writing to the case questions. The written analysis of both cases should be approximately 2-3 pages total; use parenthetical citations and a corresponding works cited list when referencing specific information from the text or other sources, and follow other prescribed guidelines for APA format.

 

 

Johnson v. Transportation Agency, Santa Clara County (Ch 8, p 242)

 

Lomack v. City of Newark (Ch 8, p 249)

 

Dean v. City of Shreveport (Ch 8, p 251)

 

 

EEOC v. Fairbrook Medical Clinic, P.A. (Ch 9, p 277)

 

Hardage v. CBS (Ch 9, p 286)

EEOC v. Xerxes Corp. (Ch 9, p 291)

 

 

Johnson v. Transportation Agency, Santa Clara County (Ch 8, p 242)

 

1. What was the legal issue in this case? What did the Supreme Court decide?

 

2. What does this case reveal about the conditions under which affirmative action is legal?

 

3. What evidence did the county have of the need for affirmative action?

 

4. Why does the Court conclude that the measures used to implement the country’s affirmative action plan do not unduly burden white males such as Johnson?

 

5. Do you agree with the decision? Why or why not?

 

 

Hardage v. CBS (Ch 9, p 286)

1. What were the legal issues in this case? What did the court decide?

 

2. What tangible employment actions does Hardage allege he was subjected to? Why does the court not agree?

 

3. Was Hardage subjected to a hostile environment? Were Spark’s actions toward him “unwelcome?” Was this harassment or simply a workplace romance that went awry? Would you view the case any differently if the alleged harasser was a male and the plaintiff a female?

 

4. What did the employer do to prevent and promptly correct any harassment? Do you think that the company did enough in this case to meet its legal obligations?

 

5. Why do you suppose that Hardage acted as he did (i.e., continuing to socialize with Sparks, waiting months to complain, not supplying all of the “gory details,” saying that he preferred to deal with the matter on his own)? Was he unreasonable in failing to take advantage of the employer’s preventive and corrective mechanisms?

 

 

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