The plaintiff, Alisha alleged that her employer discriminated against her on the basis of her sex, by failing to restore her to her position, after she took a leave owing to complications with her pregnancy. This case shares some of the circumstances that are similar to the Collins case.
Betty Cattino sued her former employers Genesis Healthcare for discriminating against her because of her sex and for the violation of Equal Pay Act. This particular case also has close affiliations with the Collins case.
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Almost all the sources located during the research referred to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits all forms of discrimination at work on the basis of an employee's color, race, sex, religion or national origin. In the case of Collins, she is specifically being discriminated against on the basis of her sex and the ensuing responsibilities as a mother and a partner. Thus she can undoubtedly sue her employers for the violation of Title VII. Some sources also refer to the Civil Rights Act of 1991, which allows for claiming damages in case of being subjected to any intentional discrimination at work. Evidently in the Collins fact pattern, the ABC Advertising is conclusively discriminating against Collins on the grounds of her dressing sense, sociability and parental responsibilities. Hence this legal provision can be