As regular readers of our blog will already know, the issue of whether Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on an employee’s sexual orientation or gender identity has been a
Continue Reading Supreme Court Hears Argument in LGBT Discrimination Cases: What’s Next?

The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC), Pennsylvania’s leading agency that investigates and enforces Pennsylvania’s employment discrimination laws, has voted to accept complaints of discrimination from lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
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The Michigan Civil Rights Commission has taken significant action to clarify that its state statute prohibiting discrimination in employment on the basis of sex (among other characteristics) extends to prohibit
Continue Reading Michigan Commission: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination in Employment Prohibited

Monday, New York’s budget bill for FY 2019 was presented to the Governor for signature.  Buried among the usual budget line items are several provisions that will drastically affect employers.
Continue Reading NY’s Women’s Agenda in 2019 Budget Bill Means Big Changes for Employers

Recently I watched a male attorney speak to opposing counsel (a female) in a condescending, chastising manner that I cannot imagine he would have used if he had been speaking
Continue Reading The Gray is Not Okay – Recognizing Gender Discrimination When it Isn’t Black and White