Pregnancy Discrimination

38570848_sIn the vein of a shameless personal plug, I will be speaking as part of a panel in an upcoming Strafford live webinar, “Accommodating Pregnant Workers After Young v.
Continue Reading Confused by Your Obligations to Accommodate Pregnant Employees in the Wake of Young v. UPS? Check Out This Webinar

36714348_sAlthough the facts alleged in a recent lawsuit entitled EEOC v. D&S Shipley Donuts are not quite as patronizing as the title of this post suggests; they are close.  The
Continue Reading Hey pregnant lady, why don’t you stay home, enjoy some of our doughnuts, and put up your feet?

In our post about the recent New York Times’ article, which we entitled The Motherhood Trade-Off, we noted that “the authors write about why working women in the US
Continue Reading Lack Of Family Friendly Policies Keeping Women Out Of Job Market? Readers Comment

Law360 has just reported that a jury in California has awarded $872,000 in compensatory damages and a whopping $185 million in punitive damages (more than was requested) to a plaintiff
Continue Reading ALERT! Jury Awards Plaintiff $185,000,000 In Punitive Damages On Claim That She Was Demoted After Giving Birth