Seems like the “Great Texas Lactation Case” is the significant case that we predicted some time ago.   Blog of February 9, 2012.

The EEOC is seeking to reverse a

Continue Reading Employer Argues In The “Great Texas Lactation Case” That Title VII Does Not Prohibit “Breast Pumping Discrimination” Even If It Prohibits “Lactation Discrimination”

We reported last week that the EEOC filed an appeal to the federal court of appeals seeking a reversal of the decision of a Texas judge who denied the Title

Continue Reading “Since The Yielding of Milk By Mammary Glands Is A Medical Condition Caused By Pregnancy And Childbirth, Lactation Is A ‘Related Medical Condition’ As Contemplated by Title VII” *

In our February 16th blog, we reported that a Texas federal judge recently stated, in denying the Title VII claim of a woman who alleged that she was fired

Continue Reading EEOC Appeals Texas Judge’s Decision That “Lactation is Not Pregnancy, Childbirth, or A Related Medical Condition”