Wed, 08/24/2016


The anti-reprisal provision of the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA), Section 207, prohibits an employing office from retaliating against any covered employee for opposing any practice made lawful by the CAA, or participating in any kind of proceeding under the CAA. The linked materials are a comprehensive look at the necessary elements of a retaliation claim and how these claims have been decided by the Office of Compliance Board of Directors and the federal courts over the past 20 years.


Brown Bag Lunch Series Materials on Retaliation for Protected Activity