Entire US Senate Reads Our Blog! Decides Unanimously To Require Sexual Harassment Training!

We wish to thank the entire United States Senate for reading our blog! We blog, loudly and often, that employers must require such training for both managers and employees.  And the Senate had to have [...]

Can Men And Women Be Friends At Work?

Last week I posted a dialogue in Above The Law in the form of commentary by my partner, Amy Epstein Gluck, on my earlier ATL article which provided 9 tips on how not to be [...]

what can an employer do to avoid sexual harassment claims?

I've written many times, here and in Above The Law, that “I am always surprised that some people think that workplace sexual harassment occurs only in certain types of businesses or workplaces.  But we know [...]

“Mark of the Devil” Reappears  

Not long ago I reported about a case that may soon be heard by the Supreme Court: a religious discrimination suit brought by the EEOC against a Pennsylvania coal company for refusing to accommodate (and [...]

Workplace Harassment: How A Woman Sees It

My latest Above The Law article is a sort of dialogue between my employment partner, Amy Epstein Gluck, and me -- in the form of a critique by Amy of my last ATL post which [...]

The workplace is not your frat house. No touching. Ever!

I addressed my latest Above The Law post "to those who want to or are tempted to cross the line into non-consensual words or physical contact, or who have no clue and blunder across it, [...]

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