Supreme Court Will Decide LGBTQ Employment Discrimination Cases in 2020

May 26, 2019

In the fall of 2019, the Supreme Court will hear several cases involving LGBTQ discrimination in the workplace. This is notable for many reasons, not least of all considering the new composition of the Supreme Court. No LGBT-related cases have been heard by the Supreme Court since Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, whose seat […] Read More

Attack on Civil Rights Will Destroy Federal Recognition of an Estimated 1.4 Million Americans

January 30, 2019

Among minority groups whose rights have been attacked since Trump took office, the trans community has been one of those hit the hardest.  (As some of the top LGBTQ discrimination attorneys here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we pay keen attention to these issues and hope to share them with you on our blog). Read More

San Francisco Bay Area Discrimination Law Firm, CA Civil Rights Group, Files Ninth Circuit Appeal Brief Making Argument Never Before Made in Federal Court

May 24, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a leading San Francisco Bay Area law firm focused on racial discrimination, is announcing the appeal to the 9th Circuit in Lambert v. Tesla and the filing of its opening brief in the case. Read More

Leading San Francisco Bay Area Employment Discrimination Law Firm, CA Civil Rights Announces Post on LGBT Discrimination

May 5, 2018

California Civil Rights Law Group, a San Francisco Bay Area law firm specializing in sexual harassment and discrimination law, is proud to announce a new post to its blog on LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning) discrimination issues. Read More

More Courts Recognize Federal Protections for LGBT People

March 15, 2018

In 1964, Congress enacted a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination in numerous areas, including in employment. The section prohibiting employment discrimination, known as Title VII, protected employees from not being hired, being fired, and not being promoted because of their race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Read More