Posts tagged Missouri.

Prudent employers will make sure their policies cover sexual orientation and gender identity.

It appears so, but employers should still be cautious.

Federal is the safest bet.

More weed, and more money!

A significant increase, but it will be phased in gradually.

Right to work goes down in defeat.

Another federal appeals court will soon decide whether Title VII prohibits sexual orientation discrimination.

In poetry, because we are classy here.

Last week, the Missouri Court of Appeals issued an opinion holding that gender identity is not covered by the prohibition on sex discrimination in the Missouri Human Rights Act. The opinion builds on a 2015 opinion from the same court, which held that sexual orientation was not covered under the MHRA.

Last week's opinion arose from a lawsuit filed by a female-to-male high school ...

Overtime rule - what's the Trump Administration doing? Last Friday, I posted about the U.S. Department of Labor's brief in the case challenging the Obama Administration's overtime rule, which has been enjoined since November 2016. The Trump DOL position had me scratching my head because it sounded an awful lot like the Obama DOL position, and I said that we'd be hearing soon from some ...

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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