Sexual Harassment Cases You Don’t See Everyday (Hopefully)

My new Above the Law post is about cases that are noteworthy simply for being cases that you might not hear much about – but indeed exist – all too frequently. Like fired for “being [...]

Does A Corporate Dress Policy Trump Religious Grooming Requirements?

A new settlement brings to mind an old post – which bears reposting. The EEOC just settled a religious discrimination case filed against a Florida staffing company for the  hospitality industry.  It was alleged that an [...]

Biometric Scanning And The Mark Of The Beast: A Case Of Accommodation Of Religious Beliefs

Way back in October 2015 I did a post about a religious discrimination suit brought by the EEOC against a Pennsylvania coal company for refusing to accommodate (and forcing to retire) an Evangelical Christian who [...]

Who Is A Workplace Sexual Harasser?

Has the twenty-first century seen the beginning of the end of sexual harassment in the workplace? Hardly. As I discuss in Above The Law this week, employers must take note: "Anybody may be a workplace sexual [...]

Kudos To G.E. As It Strives to “Balance the Equation” With Women

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Though I felt I was scaling mountains in Honors Bio during my sophomore year in high school and during six months of balancing equations, General Electric’s plan to “balance the equation” [...]

From Rock Star To Rocking Chair??

My article last week in Above The Law was entitled “Should Men Use Botox?  Ask The Thirtysomethings Who Want To Look Young Again.” Its about workplace age discrimination in a world with an aging population. I wrote [...]

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”