Category Archives: FAQ

Court Decides LGBT Discrimination is Lawful

Comcast Corporation settles charges of sex and race discrimination

Empathy and the Trial Lawyer

Attorney-Client Privilege Waived, Invoices and Fee Agreement Discoverable.

Supreme Court Reinforces Summary Judgment Standard in Section 1983, Qualified Immunity Context

Seventh Circuit Rejects National Origin Discrimination Claim

Boston Police Department’s Use of Hair Samples to Drug-Test Might Discriminate Against African-Americans

Walgreens Assistant Store Manager, 58, Loses Age Discrimination Case

Law Firm Discrimination Study Finds Confirmation Bias.

MetLife Settles with Employees for $1.97 Million.

Inability to Sit Can Be a Disability Under the ADA

EEOC Must Pay Employer $189,000 in Attorneys’ Fees

Employer’s Confidentiality Policy For Wage Information Violates Labor Laws

Proposed Overtime Rules Will Help Millions Of Americans

Home Health Aides to Get Overtime and Minimum Wage Protections

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