Bostock v. Clayton County: Sexual Orientation and Transgender Discrimination Under Title VII
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will explore the Supreme Court ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga., that terminating an employee for being gay or transgender violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Our expert panel of employment attorneys will address the guidance provided in this decision and how to interpret the decision in conjunction with state laws that allow for termination on those grounds.
- History of the case
- Future guidance from the ruling
- The intersection of religious rights and employment discrimination laws.
The panel will review these and other issues:
- How the Court used textualism to rule in favor of LGBTQ employment rights
- What challenges did the dissents present to future discrimination claims?
- What are the concerns about the use of textualism in future cases?
- How the Court’s decision may impact the definition of “because of” in other discrimination lawsuits.
Mr. Bachman holds extensive litigation experience, including trials in federal and state courts, and has also set... | Read More
Mr. Bachman holds extensive litigation experience, including trials in federal and state courts, and has also set important precedent on employment discrimination issues at the appellate level. Bachman litigates employment cases, including “glass ceiling” discrimination cases where an employee is denied a promotion because of their gender, race, national origin, religion or other protected characteristic.Close
Christy E. Kiely
Hunton Andrews Kurth
Ms. Kiely's practice encompasses employment litigation, EEOC charges, #MeToo investigations, pay equity analyses,... | Read More
Ms. Kiely's practice encompasses employment litigation, EEOC charges, #MeToo investigations, pay equity analyses, advice, training, affirmative action, and audit defense before the OFCCP.Close
Sarah N. Turner
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani
Ms. Turner's litigation experience includes defending employers in wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment,... | Read More
Ms. Turner's litigation experience includes defending employers in wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, invasion of privacy, defamation, and wage and hour suits in state and federal courts. She counsels, trains, and represents clients on a broad range of employment law issues, including hiring, review, and termination procedures; workplace investigations; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation issues; wage and hour law and FMLA issues. Ms. Turner also drafts and updates personnel policies, workplace privacy issues, employee handbooks, drug and alcohol policies, employment agreements, trade secret issues, and non-competition agreements.Close
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