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CoveringBearing the Burden of Secrecy

USA - September 11 2019 In June 1969, the Stonewall Riots took place in New York’s Greenwich Village. This series of spontaneous demonstrations against police harassment and...

Law Firm Diversity: An Attainable Goal or a Mythical Illusion?

USA - September 8 2018 Folklore tells us that a leprechaun can be found at the end of every rainbow, guarding a pot of gold. But the reality is that any effort to find the...

HIV-Preventative Medication and Insurance UnderwritingRegulators Weigh In

USA - August 27 2018 A gay man is suing Mutual of Omaha in Massachusetts federal court alleging that Mutual unlawfully denied him long-term care insurance because he was...

What’s Who You Love Got to Do with It? Allegations of Sexual-Orientation Discrimination in the Context of Insurance UnderwritingPart 3

USA - August 20 2018 The question of whether Mutual of Omaha discriminated against a gay man (John Doe) when it refused to issue a long-term care insurance policy due to...

What’s Who You Love Got to Do with It? Allegations of Sexual-Orientation Discrimination in the Context of Insurance UnderwritingPart 2

USA - August 8 2018 The issue of HIV prevention, an issue that is seen by many to affect the LGBTQ community disproportionately, more specifically gay men, has found its...