Professor Cain published an article in the Seattle University Law Review

Cain, Terrence, Cause for Concern or Cause for Celebration?: Did Bostock v. Clayton County establish a new mixed motive theory for Title VII cases and make it easier for plaintiffs to prove discrimination claims?, 45 Seattle University Law Review (2021).


Bostock articulated a theory of “but for” causation that allows plaintiffs with mixed motive Title VII claims to receive the full panoply of Title VII remedies rather than the limited relief that was available in mixed motive cases prior to Bostock.

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