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December 13, 2023

Supreme Court Appears Ready to Hold Title VII Does Not Require a Materially Adverse Employment Action – Significant Implications for Employers on the Horizon

SCOTUS heard arguments in a potentially pivotal case concerning whether Title VII requires plaintiffs to establish a “materially adverse” employment action, “objective tangible harm,” or an “ultimate employment decision” to state a viable claim.

Podcast
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November 2, 2023

Why DEI Doesn’t Have to DIE: Employer Considerations for Thriving in a Post-Harvard/UNC Era

A discussion of the significance of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down race-conscious admission processes in higher education.

Insight
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October 19, 2023

California to Require Venture Capital Firms to Report Demographic Information

Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 54, Fair Investment Practices by Investment Advisers, which requires venture capital firms to collect and report data on the demographic composition of the founding teams of the companies in which they invest.

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October 6, 2023

Sports-Related Employment Law Updates in Puerto Rico

A new law in Puerto Rico provides several pay and anti-discrimination protections for athletes on account of their pregnancies.

Insight
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September 28, 2023

UK: Non-visible Disabilities at Work: How to Take Action and Make an Impact

Approximately 23% of the working-age population in the UK reported that they were disabled in January to March 2023 (so almost 1 in 4 working people), and it is estimated 70-80% of disabilities are non-visible.

ASAP
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August 28, 2023

Inching Forward Toward Potential Clarification of Florida’s Individual Freedom Act (the “Stop-W.O.K.E.” Law)

Over a year after Florida’s so-called “Stop W.O.K.E.” went into effect, and about one year after a court partially enjoined it, a three-judge panel for the 11th Circuit heard argument in Florida’s attempt to dissolve the injunction.

Insight
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August 11, 2023

Texas Governor Signs Preemption Bill, CROWN Act, and Other Legislation into Law

The Texas legislature meets only for approximately six months every other year. This session, many bills signed into law impact employers.

ASAP
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August 2, 2023

Canada: Employers in Federally Regulated Workplaces Will Soon Be Required to Provide Menstrual Products

Canada’s Regulation SOR/2023-78, which comes into force on December 15, 2023, will require employers to provide free menstrual products for employees’ use in each toilet room in federally regulated workplaces.

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July 28, 2023

Celebrating Disability Pride Month: Adding Disability Inclusion to the Inclusion, Equity & Diversity Conversation

A discussion about the importance of disability inclusion and its impact in the workplace for both employers and employees.

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