Tag:EEOC

NLRB Issues Raft of Rollbacks Benefiting Employers

Last December, employers saw a series of decisions and developments out of the National Labor Relations Board that tipped labor policy more in their...

10th Circuit: ADA Claims Don’t Require Medical Experts

Employees who sue for disability discrimination but don’t provide expert testimony might be more likely to see their claim survive a summary judgment motion,...

Employers Wait for SCOTUS Title VII Ruling on Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

When Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, LGBTQ rights probably weren’t a flicker in lawmakers’ minds. The Stonewall uprisings wouldn’t happen for...

EEOC Sues Colorado Employers for Epilepsy Discrimination

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed two lawsuits against Colorado employers alleging they unlawfully fired employees after learning of their disabilities.  The lawsuits, filed Sept....

DU Faces Fresh Pay Discrimination Lawsuit

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is facing a new wage discrimination lawsuit filed by one of its professors. Associate Professor Rashmi Goel...

‘Anti-Dad Bias’ Suits Garner Seven-Figure Payouts

More U.S. employers have been offering paid leave plans for new-parent employees. But in doing so, they also have had to make sure those...

Supreme Court Takes Up LGBTQ Cases

An issue that has been long-pegged for Supreme Court review — whether sexual orientation and transgender status are federally protected from discrimination — is set...

EEOC Data Shows Jump in Harassment Claims

With sexual harassment in the workplace becoming a national issue for the past year and a half, employers have been wondering how the #MeToo...

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