Tag:EEOC

Flexibility and Fairness Key to Employer Vaccination Policies, Attorneys Say

More than 1 million Coloradans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and the state extended vaccine eligibility to the general public on Friday. As...

EEOC Reports More Money, Fewer Lawsuits for FY 2020

In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed fewer lawsuits while recovering more money for victims of discrimination, according to the...

With Offices Quiet, so too are Employment Cases

Qusair Mohamedbhai’s law firm Rathod Mohamedbhai has been in the spotlight for civil rights cases and is also one of the largest firms in...

Holland & Hart Adds Two

Holland & Hart announced employment attorney Devra Hake was admitted to the Colorado bar. Hake counsels businesses in employment matters to minimize future liability.  She...

Attorneys Discuss New Developments in Discrimination Law

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...

Fox Rothschild Adds Seven

Fox Rothschild announced Wednesday that the firm’s Denver office added Nikki Howell, Steven Moore, Stacy Mueller and Heidi Wilbur as partners; Jill Moenius and...

In 2020, The Noose is Alive in the Workplace

Much of the world responded in horror this year when, after the killing of George Floyd and the related protests, the noose in the...

Coronavirus Comes with New EEOC Questions

Since mid-March, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been providing regular updates to address questions employers have about their responsibilities under the Americans with...

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