Sexual Harassment: Israel’s Walter Cronkite And A New Israeli Religious Ruling

Interesting employment discrimination news from Israel under the heading “the times they are a changing.” First, it has been reported that the 83-year old retired newscaster known as “Israel’s Walter Cronkite” is the subject of [...]

10 Employment Law Tips For Small-Firm Lawyers

My new Above The Law article begins: “No one ever said it would be easy. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. You must be in it to win it. No pain no gain. Blah, blah, [...]

I Better Watch My Wallet Around You: Pay $30,000 And Do Not Pass Go

A settlement of a racial harassment case brought by the EEOC under Title VII provides us with the opportunity for three takeaways today. The EEOC had alleged that an Illinois bakery “fail[ed] to respond adequately” when [...]

Coming Soon: NEW EEOC Harassment Guidance

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Yesterday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that enforces our country’s federal anti-discrimination laws, released for public input a proposed enforcement guidance addressing unlawful harassment. You can read [...]

The Danger for Employers of Third Party Discrimination or Harassment

By Amy Epstein Gluck As Rich aptly noted at the close of 2016, more than 50 years after the Civil Rights Acts were passed, racism continues in the society at large, and in the workplace [...]

Ten Employment Law Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle

Excerpt from my recent "Above The Law" article: “We all yearn to live a healthy lifestyle, and are exhorted to do by just about everyone.  The payoff?  A svelte body, a beautiful yoga pose which [...]

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