Attorneys Discuss New Developments in Discrimination Law

Employers should make changes to address Bostock decision and ‘gender sidelining’

Sherman & Howard on Sept. 17 hosted a talk, “New Developments in Discrimination Law,” as part of its L&E Live series, a five-week virtual education program on labor and employment law.   The webinar covered the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, which held that Title VII prohibits discrimination against LGBTQ workers, and “gender sidelining,” a new legal theory about subtle forms of unequal treatment that aren’t actionable under anti-discrimination law but create barriers for women’s advancement. Amy Knapp, an associate in Sherman &

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