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April 2015 Archives

Army ordered to do right by transgender civilian worker

The world is not what it was just a few decades ago, or even a few years ago. Same-sex marriage is now legal in many states. Many individuals identify themselves with the opposite gender. In most instances, the law has kept pace with these changes, extending anti-discrimination provisions for the protection of personal rights.

Work with experienced counsel when suing an employer for retaliation

When an employee takes actions at work that are unpopular but necessary in order to fulfill his or her duty and the law, the response can be a challenge to deal with, whether the retaliation comes from coworkers, a supervisor or upper management. The backlash can be so bad that it forces an employee to quit, which is exactly the point in some cases.

Woman gets new shot to make pregnancy discrimination claim

United Parcel Service insists it has always been in compliance with the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act. If that's the case, one has reason to ask why the company decided to ease its policy. It came after the U.S. Supreme Court decided to look at a case brought by a former female UPS driver. Perhaps UPS saw some error in its ways.

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