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New Texas Law Makes it Easier to File a Sexual Harassment Claim

Small businesses are the critical to the success of the Texas economy, but until September 1, 2021, sexual harassment victims at these companies were barred from filing claims with the Read More

EEOC Wins Landmark Title VII Case on Breast Feeding and Lactation

The Fifth Circuit issued a landmark decision in a sex discrimination case involving breast feeding and lactation in EEOC v. Houston Funding II, Ltd. (5th Cir. May 30, 2013).  The Read More

Fifth Circuit: Volunteer Firefighters Are Not "Employees" Under Title VII

In a case of first impression, the Fifth Circuit considered whether voluntary firefighters are "employees" for purposes of Title VII in Juino v. Livingston Parish Fire District No. 5 (5th Read More

Fifth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment in Gender Discrimination and Retaliation Case Involving LSU

The Fifth Circuit considered an appeal from a summary judgment in a case involving clander discrimination and retaliation.  The case is Haire v. Board of Supervisors of Louisiana State University (5th Read More

McAllen Federal Court Finds Direct Evidence of Race and Sex Discrimination Against a White Applicant

Judge Michaela Alvarez of the Southern District of Texas decided a motion for summary judgment case involving allege race discrimination and sex discrimination in Fischer v. City of Donna, No. Read More

Fifth Circuit Rejects Title VII Claims Based on Public Displays of Affection by Co-Workers

The Fifth Circuit considered sex discrimination and retaliation claims in Kummerle v. EMJ Corp., No. 12-10869 (5th Cir. May 16, 2013) (unpublished).  In affirming the district court's dismissal of the Read More

Fifth Circuit Grants Rehearing En Banc in a Same-Sex Harassment Case

The Fifth Circuit has announced that it will rehear a same-sex harassment case en banc.  The case is EEOC v. Boh Brothers Construction Co., No. 11-30770.  The issue is whether Read More

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