A gender-exclusive screening of the new Wonder Woman movie, resulted in complaints from a Texas Law Professor. Attorney Daniel Carr recently authored an article for BusinessWest that takes an in depth view of when gender exclusivity is legal.
A primary reason people (and businesses) buy insurance is peace of mind — to have protection from financial loss due to something bad. Most businesses buy insurance to protect themselves from a variety of potential disputes. Employment practices liabili…
Many employers with employment-practices liability insurance (EPLI) and directors and officers liability insurance (D&O) policies know too well that they often face a frustrating struggle when reporting the fact that a lawsuit has been filed to their insur…
Title VII and Massachusetts state law prohibit discrimination based on religion in the workplace. In addition, state and federal law require employers to provide reasonable accommodations for sincerely held religious beliefs, unless doing so would create an un…
On May 1, 1989, the United States Supreme Court held that discriminating against individuals based on perceived non-conformity with gender stereotypes is a form of sex (gender) discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.