Pregnancy Discrimination: Some Things Never Change

I just posted in Above The Law "8 Helpful Tips On What Not To Say (Or Do) To A Pregnant Employee."  These included: If you have an employee who tells you that she is pregnant, do not [...]

8 Helpful Tips On What Not To Say (Or Do) To A Pregnant Employee

My latest post in Above The Law is entitled "8 Helpful Tips On What Not To Say (Or Do) To A Pregnant Employee." “Do not to get pregnant, you have too many children, and the next [...]

Sexual Orientation—Might the 8th Circuit Join the Second, Sixth, and Seventh Circuits’ Party?

By:  Amy Epstein Gluck Recently, sixteen attorneys general across the country filed an amicus brief (this is Latin for “friend of the court” and brings to a court’s attention other relevant, helpful matters that it may not [...]

How To Slay The Dragon…I Mean, Eradicate Sexual Harassment

By: Amy Epstein Gluck As you can read most recently here and here, Rich Cohen and I advise and encourage employers to invest in interactive sexual harassment training tailored to the workplace. We think it [...]

FisherBroyles Partner Jonathan Goldberg (Also A Comic) A Panelist At The NYC Bar Thursday Evening

We are pleased to announce that our partner, Jonathan Goldberg, also a standup improv comic, will be a panelist this Thursday eve at 6:30 pm, 3/22/18, for a very cool networking event entitled “The Art [...]

How Not to Handle an ADA Accommodation Request

We have a special treat for you today—a guest blogger! Rich and I welcome our employee benefits partner Gary Lawson's article to this Blog— By: Gary Lawson Whether or not your business has employees within [...]

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