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Cutting Edge Issues In Representing LGBTQ+ Workers, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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$25 for NELA Members
$50 for Non-Members

75 minutes
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2020 Annual Convention (Bundle)

Date Published

July 10, 2020

Publisher

National Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

2020 Annual Convention, Discrimination, LGTBQ

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Summary

LGBTQ workers are often faced with harassment in the workplace, discrimination in hiring, firing or promotion, and inadequate healthcare coverage from employers. With a minority of states providing non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ workers, attorneys often use cutting edge legal interpretations and arguments to represent these clients. Our panel of experts discusses the current patchwork framework surrounding protections for LGBTQ workers, and how the Supreme Court decision in the Bostock, Zarda, and Harris cases will change the landscape.

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Presenters

Katie R. Eyer

Katie R. Eyer is an anti-discrimination law teacher, scholar and litigator, who joined the Rutgers Law Faculty in June 2012. ... Read More

Joshua R. Goodbaum

Joshua R. Goodbaum is a partner at Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti, P.C., in New Haven, where he represents... Read More

Maureen T. Holland

Maureen T. Holland graduated from Vermont Law School, cum laude. She is licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Vermont... Read More

Neelima Vanguri

Neelima Vanguri is an associate at the Philadelphia law firm of Sidney L. Gold & Associates, P.C., which has been recognized... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Cutting Edge Issues In Representing LGBTQ+ Workers - Video
Cutting Edge Issues In Representing LGBTQ Workers - Paper
Bostock in Blue States - Paper
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