Supreme Court Rules Title VII Protects LGBT Employees: What You Need to Know (Help Us Help You to Save Time Reading a Short Novel) This week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Title VII — the main federal anti-discrimination law on the books — prohibits discrimination against employees who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender (LGBT). The decision was 6-3, with Justice Neil Gorsuch writing for the majority.

The opinion is just under 120 pages long, with two

“OK, Boomer” – What Amounts to Actionable Age Discrimination?What does an age discrimination plaintiff have to prove to succeed? Federal employees may have an easier path for proving an age discrimination claim, if we are reading the tea leaves correctly on the Supreme Court’s oral argument in the Babb v. Wilkie case.

Currently, because of the Supreme Court’s Gross v. FBL Financial Services

Exit EEOC? Supreme Court Rules that Charge-Filing Process Is Not Jurisdictional, But It’s Still ImportantIn a case that garnered big headlines, the Supreme Court weighed in yesterday on whether a claimant’s failure to amend her EEOC charge divests the federal court from hearing part of her Title VII claim. While the decision makes some strong statements about the purpose of an EEOC charge in Title VII litigation, it is