While many women have easy-going, uneventful pregnancies, many others develop medical issues while their body changes during pregnancy. These issues can be as common and harmless as frequent bathroom use to more serious, like preeclampsia. While such issues can be hard enough to deal with in the comforts of home,Read More
SCOTUS October Term: An Overview of Employment-Related Cases before the Supreme Court
The October Term for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is underway. This term, the Justices have been petitioned to review cases involving interpretations of the McDonnell Douglas framework, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, 42 U.S.C. section 2000e(k), religious accommodations, and the EEOC’s policies and procedures.
To set the stageRead More