Ladies and gentlemen, the National Labor Relations Board is back in business.
(Well, somebody tell that to the Board, where it's been business as usual lately. More on that in a moment.)
Yesterday, the Senate voted mainly along party lines to...
Over the weekend, I read this opinion from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. From the opening paragraph, it had my attention.
After working at A.B. Data for four months, Michael Benes charged the firm with sex discrimination. The EEOC arranged...
It's that time of year.
You're hiring summer interns and I'm shaving a spoked B
into my playoff beard looking for an excuse to recycle my six keys to keeping unpaid internships from becoming a hot wage
& hour mess .
See what I...
Consistent with its strategic plan to provide up-to-date
guidance on the requirements of antidiscrimination laws, last week, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission issued this
press release in which it announced that it had revised...
Earlier this month, Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter
signed legislation that provides a credit to employers who offer
health benefits to same-sex couples, life partners and transgender employees .
It took less than 50 days from the date that...
Discrimination is just plain wrong. It is
shocking that there is still anywhere in America where it is legal to fire
someone for their sexual orientation or gender identity. Americans understand
that it's time to make sure our LGBT friends and...
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Cyber
Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act , better known as CISPA. CISPA
provides for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat
information between the intelligence...