Tag:Title VII

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...

SCOTUS to Decide Case About Attorney Fees in Denied Patent Litigation

Last week during the Supreme Court’s first round of oral arguments of its new session, all eyes were on a group of cases about...

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...

Misclassification Per Se Doesn’t Violate Labor Law, NLRB Rules

Employers face a litany of liabilities if they misclassify employees as independent contractors. But at least worker misclassification isn’t by itself a labor law...

Polis Fills Court of Appeals Seats

Gov. Jared Polis on March 8 appointed Jaclyn Brown and Neeti Pawar to the Colorado Court of Appeals. Brown’s appointment fills a vacancy caused by...

Colorado’s Bill for Sexuality Education Passed. But What if Educators Raise Objections to it?

One of the more controversial bills from this year’s state legislative session got introduced on the first day of the legislative session, and passed...

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