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Courts Say Title VII Forbids Employment Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

USA - December 6 2016 Increasingly, courts have held that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity violates Title VII. Federal district courts…

Co-authors: Lucas Deloach.


Supreme Court to Rule on Case Addressing Bathroom Access Based on Gender Identity

USA - November 22 2016 The Supreme Court is poised to hear and rule on the Obama Administration’s position regarding coverage of gender identity within Title IX’s…

Co-authors: Mary Kay Klimesh, Abigail Cahak.


Court Smacks Down Plaintiff’s “[But Mom…] Everyone Else Is Doing It” Public Policy Argument To Void Illegal Exclusions Provisions

USA - November 22 2016 A Court ruled that under the Affordable Care Act, an ERISA governed plan exclusion cannot unequivocally bar emergency medical care related to injuries…

Co-authors: Alexius O’Malley.


Supreme Court to Rule on Case Addressing Bathroom Access Based on Gender Identity

USA - November 21 2016 On October 28, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal in the matter of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G., which asks the Court to…

Co-authors: Mary Kay Klimesh, Abigail Cahak.


Seventh Circuit to Re-Hear Case Determining Whether Sexual Orientation Discrimination is Covered By Title VII

USA - October 27 2016 A Seventh Circuit panel’s ruling that Title VII does not cover claims of sexual orientation discrimination will be heard en banc by the Circuit…

Co-authors: Kylie Byron.

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