An employee who alleged she was forced to quit her job after her complaints about an office affair were ignored could not sue for retaliation under Title VII, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in affirming a dismissal.
An employer could compel arbitration when sued by a former female employee for engaging in a continuing pattern or practice of sex discrimination, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in reversing judgment.
A Kentucky court has decided that a retaliatory discharge lawsuit was fatally flawed due to evidence that the employer was contemplating firing the plaintiff before she ever complained of sex discrimination.
Workplace discrimination charges went down slightly in fiscal year 2012, according to year-end data released by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Does a male employer risk liability for sex discrimination if he rids himself of an attractive female employee because of his wife’s insecurities?
That’s the question one state supreme court had to answer just before heading off for the Christmas holiday.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity could pursue a pattern-or-practice sex discrimination suit under Title VII’s general grant of enforcement authority, the 6th Circuit has ruled in reversing a dismissal.
A Missouri jury has returned a verdict for a Capitol Police officer who alleged retaliation for complaining about sex discrimination at her job.
A quadriplegic California lawyer who has gained notoriety by suing thousands of businesses for disability discrimination is himself facing a lawsuit brought by four former employees who are accusing him of sexual harassment.
The 2nd Circuit should strike down the Defense of Marriage Act as an unconstitutional violation of the equal protection rights of same-sex couples, a trio of state Attorneys General argues in a new brief.
Employers and insurers may no longer deny health plans to transgendered individuals, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights.