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Appearance Policies with Different Requirements for Women and Men Are Not Necessarily Discriminatory

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    Jesperson v. Harrah's Operating Company, 444 Fed.3d 1104 (2006) (0 other reports)

Author: Jill Gormley, Strong and Clear Communications

In Jesperson v. Harrah's Operating Company, +444 Fed.3d 1104 (2006), the 9th Circuit considered whether a grooming policy that imposes differing standards for women and men was discriminatory.