Employment Discrimination

Each day more and more women come forward to share their stories of abuse within the workplace and without. And people are actually listening.

In the not-so-distant past, the primary concern for some employers may have been the legal consequence of firing a worker after she internally reported sexual harassment. Now, as women become

Sexual orientation is a protected class under Title VII, right?  Maybe.  The United States Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex harassment is sex discrimination under Title VII.  The EEOC has taken the position that sexual orientation discrimination is the same as discrimination on the basis of sex under Title VII.  The Federal Courts of Appeals