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Fourth Circuit Holds that “Sex” Under Title IX Incorporates Gender Identity

USA - May 4 2016 The Fourth Circuit in a case of first impression held that Title IX entitles transgender students to use the bathroom that matches their gender…

Co-authors: Mary Kay Klimesh, Kylie Byron, Abigail Cahak.

Fourth Circuit Holds that Title IX Protects Transgender Student’s Right to Use Men’s Restroom Consistent With the Student's Gender Identity

USA - April 25 2016 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit holds that Title IX protects a transgender student’s right to use the restroom that aligns with the…

Co-authors: Mary Kay Klimesh, Kylie Byron, Abigail Cahak.

Bathroom Bills: What Employers Need To Know

USA - April 12 2016 The passage of “Bathroom” or “Religious Freedom” bills raises issues for employers operating in impacted states. Employers in these states may wish…

Co-authors: Kylie Byron.

Transgender Bathroom Access

USA - March 8 2016 It seems that not a day goes by without the media reporting on a new "Bathroom Bill." These bills which have been proposed in a number of states…

Co-authors: Kylie Byron.

The EEOC Files Historic Lawsuits Testing Theory That Title VII Covers Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation

USA - March 3 2016 As we've been reporting in our blogs, the EEOC continues to pursue an expansive theory of discrimination. It has taken the position that…

Co-authors: Kylie Byron, Gerald L. Maatman, Jr., Michael W. Stevens.

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