Religious Discrimination

If a letter from the EEOC is in your virtual mailbox but you never open it, have you received it? Most of us are familiar with the requirement that a claimant who files an EEOC charge has 90 days to file a lawsuit after receiving what is usually required a “right-to-sue” letter from the agency. 

Mandate to Vaccinate? Employers and Required Flu ShotsThis year has presented many challenges, including a global health pandemic, wildfires, hurricanes, and social justice unrest, and yet we now face a fast approaching influenza season that is sure to bring on more coughs, sneezes and hiccups. In light of the ongoing health crisis and resulting disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, employers may

Administering the Ministerial Exception: The Supreme Court Expands the Defense in Employment Cases

Although the issue of whether someone can sue a church for employment discrimination doesn’t come up often, in Our Lady Of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-­Berru, the Supreme Court expanded the ministerial exception that precludes certain employment claims. This is big news for religious employers.

Just like every other employer, churches and religious institutions sometimes