Could 2017 Change the Future of Sexual Harassment Cases?
While actors, executives, and politicians have been forced to publicly face allegations of workplace sexual harassment in past weeks, the initial development and continuity of these types of cases can […]
EEOC Releases Online Portal for Digital Filing, Tracking
The EEOC has just launched an online portal in order to streamline the process for individuals to file a charge of discrimination with the agency. Starting November 2017, the EEOC […]
Seventh Circuit Finds New Protection in Old Law for LGBT Employees
In a momentous decision earlier this month, a federal appellate court in Chicago became the highest court in the nation to rule that the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects employees […]
Lactating Women are Protected From Unlawful Discrimination
On May 30, 2013, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in Houston held unanimously that firing a woman because she is lactating or expressing milk is unlawful sex discrimination under […]