The United States Supreme Court held on June 15, 2020 in the case of Bostock v. Clayton Cty., 140 S. Ct. 1731 (2020) that the long standing 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination against gay, lesbian and transgender employees, even though this federal law...
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- An Employer May Be Liable if it Fires an Employee Based on the Employee’s Religious Beliefs or if the Employer Fails to Accommodate an Employee’s Religion
- Discrimination Based on Accent Can Be National Origin Discrimination
- THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT DETERMINED THAT TITLE VII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 PROHOBITS EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST GAY, LESBIAN AND TRANSGENDER EMPLOYEES
- The Sixth Circuit Has Recognized Two Distinct Theories for Recovery Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”): An FMLA Entitlement or Interference Theory and an FMLA Discrimination or Retaliation Theory
- There Are Various Ways to Prove Pregnancy Discrimination, Depending on Whether an Express Statement of a Desire to Terminate an Employee Due to Her Pregnancy Was Made or Not