The latest test of whether part of the Civil Rights Act can be read to bar workplace discrimination because of sexual orientation proved complicated on Jan. 20 a the Second Circuit. Here's a look at the case.
Stewart E. Sterk
A discussion of a case in which the United States Supreme Court faced a claim by the City of Miami that two banks had violated the federal Fair Housing Act by issuing loans to black and Latino customers on terms less favorable than loans issued to similarly situated customers who were white and non-Latino.
Christopher A. D'Angelo
The Supreme Court's decision in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. is likely to have a significant impact on federal workplace discrimination laws, despite the fact that the case does not implicate the employment relationship, or involve employment law.
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