With Easter and Passover almost upon us, what better
topic than a new case on the ministerial exception to Title VII?
A federal judge in Ohio has recently refused
to dismiss * a lawsuit brought by a former teacher at a Catholic school who
Here's a strange little case for ya . . .
A loss prevention manager for a major retail store chain
-- we'll call her "Loretta" -- had some performance issues in the
past but was only five days away from the satisfactory completion...
If your job makes you want to kill yourself, are you a
"direct threat" to your own safety?
In what has to be one
of the weirdest ADA cases I've seen , a woman (let's call her
"Gladys") was hired as a temp for a tech company...
When it comes to the pay gap between men and women, I am
Well, wait a minute. Let me try that again. I'm not
skeptical about the existence of the pay gap. I'd be a fool to deny all
that cold, hard reality. I just don't think...
Jon Hyman , among others, has already written an eloquent critique of the
latest report from the Office of the General Counsel of the National Labor
Relations Board on social media and protected concerted activity, and Dan
Ah, February! The
month of love! Of course, if you're a lawyer, you see the worst of humanity and
never get to hear about true, faithful, honorable, self-sacrificial love --
sexual harassment is as close to "love" as we ever get. (See...
Last week, my
post was about retaliation , and how employers can be liable and how they
can defend themselves. As luck would have it, two recent court decisions
illustrate beyond my wildest imagination how important this issue can be.