Posts from January 2018.

After all, Fiscal Year 2017 ended just about the time that #MeToo began.

A residential care provider has settled an EEOC lawsuit alleging failure to accommodate an employee's pregnancy.

It's possible to discriminate against someone of your own faith. And illegal.

Once again, I wallow in the mud so you won't have to.

Employers have until March 31. No comp data required. 

Hard to believe, but labor and employment services are generally considered "non-essential."  :-(

Not really a surprise.

I'm still getting the hang of this new website. Please bear with me!

In honor of Martin Luther King day . . . 

The proposal to do away with confidentiality in sexual harassment settlements is likely to hurt victims at least as much as it exposes perps.

And here you were, reading the business news. Silly you.

I do not think "associational discrimination" means what you think it means.

I hope everyone's holidays were happy. While I was out . . .

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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