Title VII Insights: Examining the Impact of Bostock and Steps for Bringing A Claim
Created on September 14, 2020
Since it became law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has not changed much in terms of the protections it provides. However, that has recently changed with the United States Supreme Court's decision in Bostock v. Clayton County.
In this program, attorney Matthew Porges will review the kinds of discrimination that are covered under Title VII and how the Bostock decision adds to those protections. Mr. Porges will also provide practice points detailing how to bring a discrimination claim.
Learning Objectives :
I. Describe the types of discrimination and retaliation made unlawful by Title VII
II. Discuss the impact of the Bostock decision.
III. Walkthrough the initial practical steps in bringing a discrimination claim
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