Tag Archives: transgender

Benchmarks: Transgendered job applicant loses bid to sue UPS

Employers aren’t supposed to be clairvoyant when it comes to job applicants. So it’s hard to fathom why a transgendered Minnesota man ever expected to hold UPS liable for discrimination when he couldn’t even show the shipping company was aware ...

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Lawyers USA’s Top Ten Opinions of 2011

As usual, there were a number of noteworthy decisions from federal and state courts in 2011: 1. Topping the list is the 11th Circuit’s decision to strike down the individual mandate in the new federal healthcare reform law. The federal ...

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Transgender case dismissed

The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has upheld the dismissal of an employee’s claim that she was demoted, harassed, had her hours reduced and was ultimately terminated based on her sex and sexual orientation after she informed her employer that she ...

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