During the first few weeks (or even months) in office, President Trump will have a lot of key issues (e.g., healthcare and immigration) on his agenda.  What we do not know is whether President Trump and his administration will focus on transgender or sexual orientation rights.  In fact, we have no clear indication on what…

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Number 37: The Supreme Court Raises The Bar On Proving Retaliation Throughout this series, we have discussed how common retaliation claims have become and how challenging the courts have found it to define “causation” in the context of Title VII cases.   Those two trends intersected recently when the U.S. Supreme Court was called upon…

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Number 16: Employers Fight Against Title VII Lawsuits With Summary Judgment Summary judgment motions have long been in the toolkit for employers to combat weak and frivolous Title VII claims brought by their former (and sometimes, current) employees.  But that was not always the case, and recent developments in the case law may change that. …

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