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Court deals with first complaint against gender discrimination [Czech Republic]

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26 September 2006

Woman loses discrimination case [Czech Republic]

Author: Czech News Agency

The Prague 7 District Court today rejected the complaint by economist Marie Causevicova, 51, against her employer, the Prazska teplarenska heating utility company, in which she accused her former employer of discrimination against her on gender lines...The verdict has not yet taken effect since Causevicova has appealed it on the spot.

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15 August 2006

Court deals with first complaint against gender discrimination [Czech Republic]

Author: Czech News Agency

The Czech district court today started dealing with probably the first complaint against gender discrimination in the Czech Republic filed by economist Marie Causevicova against her employer, the Prazska teplarenska heating utility company...The company dismissed the accusation of gender discrimination...The Prague district court proceedings are to last until Thursday, but it is not sure when the verdict will be issued.

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