As expected, the Supreme Court recently extended the Civil Rights Act’s employment discrimination prohibition to include gender identity discrimination. A number of states and municipalities already[...]
The 1964 Civil Rights Act clearly prohibits religious discrimination in employment situations. Contrary to the popular myth, the religion at issue need not be an organized or recognized faith. As long[...]
There is a general principle that people have at least an ethical duty to prevent harm to others if possible. This general principle applies to sexual harassment law. Typically, employers are responsi[...]
Far too many Chicagoans wonder whether their boss might be responsible for a third party sexual assault. Sometimes, an innocent workplace flirtation gets out of control. Other times, a complete strang[...]
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