In Empower Simcoe v. JL, the operator of a publicly funded residential facility sought judicial review of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s findings that its policies during COVID-19 were discriminatory.
The City Council of Atlanta, Georgia recently passed an ordinance that amends its existing anti-discrimination law to include protection on the basis of “criminal history status” as well as “gender expression.”
To be exempt from collecting and remitting contribution payments beginning on January 1, 2023 to Oregon’s new paid family medical leave program, employers must submit certain forms by November 30, 2022.
On October 31, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) heard oral arguments for two controversial affirmative action cases against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC).
NLRB General Counsel announced she will urge the Board to adopt a new framework that seeks to hold employers accountable for use of “omnipresent surveillance and other algorithmic-management tools” if they tend to impair the exercise of §7 rights.
In an unprecedented bid to prevent school board employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees from proceeding with a strike planned for early November 2022, Ontario introduced Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, 2022.