For three weeks, people have been closely watching every move in the Zimmerman trial, with everyone seemingly more uncomfortable with the discussion of race than with a tragic death.
Does company have to honor secretly modified agreement?
The Supreme Court ruling this week angered supporters of the Indian Child Welfare Act, but should it have?
Two separate opinions open door for California couples to marry and all legal same-gender marriages to be recognized by the federal government.
Supreme Court issues split ruling; Congress left to rewrite one section of the law.
Pair of rulings narrow definitions, set stricter rules for discrimination lawsuits.
What did the company do now? Refuse to hire a job applicant because she wore a hijab.
According to his supervisor: “For a young Black man … I’m already paying you a lot of money.”
A food distributor settles for $200,000 after a federal agency concludes that it discriminated against women.
Diversity and inclusion lacking? How can a company know if the corporate culture has given discrimination claims more of a chance legally?
Be careful what you wish for. If your company thinks cutbacks at the EEOC would mean less likelihood of discrimination lawsuits, think again.
Agency offers recourse even though LGBT people are not specifically included in Title VII.
HCA Healthcare, the nation’s largest for-profit hospital system, faces court scrutiny of its charity care.
An EEOC discussion letter states that the ADA and ADEA cover only one-way discrimination; they do not cover those without disabilities or the more youthful.
The 17-year lawsuit’s settlement includes $1,000 checks for American Indian beneficiaries and a scholarship fund.
The Supreme Court’s decision could reduce employer liability, but it also may increase racial-discrimination and sexual-harassment cases.
Your company may be exempt from employment laws, but you can still get sued. Here’s what you need to know.
A court rules in favor of 70 Filipino caregivers who were ruthlessly harassed for not “speaking English.” Watch the video.
You have the right to your opinion but not to destroy other people's productivity or conflict with the values of your employer.
See how this employee’s firing was justified, and read other cases on racial discrimination, religion, disability and FMLA.
This transgender woman took action when a healthcare company denied her spousal benefits. Here’s how the court ruled.
The federal court decision striking down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is a major civil-rights victory for advocates supporting diversity and inclusion. With President Obama and more leaders of the Black community on board, marriage equality is gaining momentum rapidly.
Here’s how attorney Raymond M. Brown makes global human rights a personal challenge.
Can a manager legally keep his employee, who has diabetes, from testing her blood sugar? Read this and other recent discrimination cases.