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Authenticating Digital Signatures at Trial

United Kingdom - March 29 2019 One benefit of living in the digital age is that we no longer need to travel to our attorney’s office to place a wet signature on an important…

It’s hard to show hardship (but not impossible): how one employer defeated an EEOC pattern-and-practice case by proving a religious accommodation to Muslim workers would cause undue hardship

USA - October 22 2013 Under federal law, in religious accommodation cases, the employee must show that he or she: (1) has a bona fide religious belief that conflicts with…

Dawn Reddy Solowey

Go tell it on the mountain, but proceed with caution at work: when does a supervisor’s religious expression at work pose a risk of discrimination claims from other employees?

USA - December 5 2013 Most employers are aware of the need to consider accommodation of employees' sincere religious beliefs that conflict with a workplace requirement. We…

Dawn Reddy Solowey

What does the employer know, and when does it know it? SCOTUS grants cert in EEOC v. Abercrombie religious discrimination suit

USA - October 9 2014 On October 2, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to weigh in on the long-running litigation between EEOC and Abercrombie & Fitch over the retailer's…

Dawn Reddy Solowey

As Predicted…. On July 1, Oregon Will Become The First State With A Predictable Scheduling Law

USA - June 28 2018 Oregon’s new employee scheduling law - impacting hourly employees at large retail, food service, and hospitality employers - goes into effect after…

Sara Eber Fowler