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

Trump’s DOJ Faces Off Against the U.S. EEOC on the Meaning of Sex Discrimination under Title VII

October 13, 2017

Editor’s Note. As discrimination attorneys here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we keep a keen eye on litigation affecting workers and workers’ rights. In this blog post, for example, we review recent actions of the Trump administration in litigation concerning wrongful termination. If you feel that you may be facing workplace discrimination and even […] Read More