Supreme Court Declines To Rule On Whether Title VII Covers Sexual Orientation

The Supreme Court said today that it would not hear an appeal from a federal appeals court in Atlanta which dealt with the issue of whether Title VII prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation [...]

After Reading Our Blog, Congress Votes For Mandatory Anti-Harassment Training!

Wow!  November has been quite the watershed month for our blog. We learned a few weeks ago that the entire US Senate is likely reading our blog because “what else can explain that they “passed [...]

Sexual Harassment Prevention 101

It has been quite a year in employment law! The exposure and explosive aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal opened the floodgates for sexual harassment claims, which rippled across industries and workplaces with [...]

“Too Butch”— Sex Stereotyping

By:  Amy Epstein Gluck While discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is still not expressly prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”), the federal anti-discrimination law that prohibits [...]

No Touching In The Workplace!  (Anywhere?) 

I just posted the third, and last, workplace sexual harassment dialogue with my employment partner, Amy Epstein Gluck (“AEG”) in Above The Law. Amy has helpfully guided me to a deeper and more thorough understanding [...]

Setting the Record Straight on (Sexual) Harassment

By: Amy Epstein Gluck People are confused! From Uber to a well-known jewelry chain, ad agencies and TV hosts, from Harvey Weinstein to restaurant employees, I hear more and more that there is confusion about [...]

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