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Blog Posts in October, 2016

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  • How Do So-Called
    How Do So-Called "Bathroom Bills" Affect Transgender Discrimination Claims?

    If you have paid any attention to the news lately, you are familiar with the recent concerns regarding the use of public restrooms by the transgender community. In fact, there have been various laws ...

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  • How the Ministerial Exception Affects Religious Discrimination Claims
    How the Ministerial Exception Affects Religious Discrimination Claims

    It is well known that Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on religious affiliation or beliefs. Yet, as with most things, there are certain exceptions or exemptions to Title VII’s ...

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  • Can My Employer Terminate me for Filing Bankruptcy?
    Can My Employer Terminate me for Filing Bankruptcy?

    Typically, when we think of unlawful retaliation in the workplace, issues like sexual harassment, whistleblowing and race or gender discrimination come to mind. There are actually many different types ...

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  • Did Police Officer Suspended for Controversial Facebook Posts Suffer Retaliation?
    Did Police Officer Suspended for Controversial Facebook Posts Suffer Retaliation?

    Most employers these days have established certain workplace policies regarding employee conduct online, especially in light of the enormous popularity of social media. The main concern in most cases ...

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  • Discrimination against Employee
    Discrimination against Employee "Regarded as" Disabled Because of Obesity

    There are several federal laws that protect individuals from discrimination based on recognized protected categories, including qualified disabilities. In particular, individuals with disabilities are ...

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  • Do I Have to Specifically Say
    Do I Have to Specifically Say "I Need a Workplace Accommodation?"

    Along with prohibiting discrimination, the ADA requires employers to make reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants or employees known to have a disability. A reasonable accommodation is ...

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