Pregnancy Discrimination

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ACR Mechanical Settles EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Charge

Settlement Resolves Claims That a Female Employee Was Harassed and Discharged Due to Her Pregnancy, Federal Agency Says - LAS VEGAS - ACR Mechanical Inc., a Las Vegas-based refrigeration service contractor, will pay...more

SCOTUS Provides Clarity for Courts Analyzing Lawsuits Brought Under Pregnancy Discrimination Act

Last March, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling in Young v. UPS that clarified the framework for courts to analyze discrimination lawsuits based upon the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978. ...more

Tiny’s Organic Settles EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Suit

Wenatchee Fruit Grower to Pay $17,500 for Firing Supervisor Who Is Pregnant With Twins - SEATTLE - Wenatchee fruit grower Tiny's Organic will pay $17,500 and implement preventative measures to settle a pregnancy...more

Florida Poised to Become Next State to Outlaw Pregnancy Discrimination

On April 24, 2015, the Florida Legislature passed a bill banning discrimination against pregnant women at work and in public places. While passing unanimously in the Florida Senate and receiving near-unanimous passage in the...more

Magnolia Place Personal Care Home to Pay $20,000 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit

Assisted Living Facility Fired Employee Due to Pregnancy, Federal Agency Charged - OXFORD, Miss. - Magnolia NA, LLC, which owns and operates Magnolia Place Personal Care Home, an assisted-living facility located in New...more

Magnolia Place Personal Care Home Pagará $20,000 Para Resolver Demanda Por Discriminación Por Embarazo

Centro de Asistenciade Vida Despidió a Empleada Debido a su Embarazo, Agencia Federal Acusa - OXFORD, Miss. - Magnolia NA, LLC, propietario y operador de Magnolia Place Personal Care Home, un centro de asistencia de vida...more

JAMS Employment Matters Newsletter, Spring 2015

In This Issue: - You Can’t Fire Me... I’m on FMLA - The Rise in Pregnancy-Related Employment Discrimination Claims - Addressing Emotions That Drive Disparate Views of Fairness - Unpaid Interns Gain...more

EEOC Roundup: March 2015

Employment is heavily regulated in the U.S., where it is illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or...more

EEOC Commissioner Provides Helpful Guidance to Employers on Providing Accommodations to Pregnant Employees

Last week, I had the pleasure of presenting with EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic on the EEOC’s pregnancy discrimination guidance and how employers should address pregnancy accommodations in the workplace.  Our presentation...more

Supreme Court Issues Decision Regarding Accommodation of Pregnant Employees

On March 25, 2015, the United States Supreme Court issued an important decision in the case of Young v. UPS, involving a claim of failure to accommodate in violation of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA). The PDA, which...more

Supreme Court Sheds Light on the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

The United States Supreme Court recently provided a framework to evaluate whether an employer has violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) under Title VII by failing to accommodate an employee who has a...more

“Light Duty” Work Assignments in Doubt: Supreme Court Adopts New Pregnancy Discrimination Standard Affecting Manufacturers

The United States Supreme Court issued its much anticipated decision in Young v. United Parcel Service, (U.S. Sup. Ct., March 24, 2015), in which the Court set forth a new standard for litigating pregnancy discrimination...more

Labor & Employment E-Note - April 2015

In This Issue: - Employment Law Update After Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc. - Excerpt from Employment Law Update After Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc.: A pregnant employee walks into your...more

The Employment Law Authority - March/April 2015 #2

In This Issue: - Supreme Court Revives Pregnant UPS Worker's Suit - Spouses of H-1B Visa Holders Applying for Residency Eligible for Work Permits - Turning Metrics Into Money: An Interview With Solange Charas,...more

Pregnancy In the Workplace...Hot Off the Press [Video]

The Supreme Court of the United States has just issued its decision in the Young v. UPS case. This webinar discusses the Court's decision, it's impact and accommodating pregnancy related impairments in the workplace....more

Employment Law - April 2015

To Accommodate or Not to Accommodate? U.S. Supreme Court Weighs in on Pregnant Employees - Why it matters: The U.S. Supreme Court decided the first of two major employment law cases this term when a 6-3 majority of...more

Pregnancy Discrimination Claims after Young v. UPS

It was a difficult delivery, but the Supreme Court in Young v. UPS gave birth to a new test in determining whether an employer has violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”)....more

Supreme Court's Decision in Discrimination Case Creates New Standard, Prompts Review of Employers' Pregnancy Accommodation...

The U.S. Supreme Court has revived a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit brought by a part-time employee who had been placed on unpaid leave while she was expecting a baby – a decision that puts employers on notice that they...more

Pregnancy Accommodations After Young v. UPS: What Does the Decision Really Mean For Employers?

On March 25, 2015 the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Young v. United Parcel Service. It was anticipated that the decision would provide clarity regarding the extent to which an employer must provide accommodations...more

Does FMLA Cover In Vitro Fertilization? Does It Matter if Dad's Sperm is to Blame?

Is that all it takes to get you to click on my blog entry — make a reference to “sperm” in the blog title and post a silly photo of this little guy?  That was like taking candy from a baby!...more

The EEOC and preferential treatment for pregnant employees

Examples of pregnancy-related impairments employers should consider and some common ADA accommodation requests Does the EEOC expect preferential treatment for pregnant employees? Originally published in Inside...more

Supreme Court Rules Employers Must Accommodate Pregnant Employees

In February, we discussed a case that was then before the Supreme Court in which the high court was to decide the question of whether federal law – primarily the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Pregnancy...more

Accommodating Pregnant Employees

In late March, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Young v UPS, determining that UPS may have failed to accommodate a pregnant employee’s request for light duty work. Young worked for UPS as an air driver, a position...more

Supreme Court Ruling Increases Potential Liability for Employers Failing to Accommodate Pregnant Employees

On March 25, 2015, the Supreme Court reinstated a pregnancy discrimination suit that the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals had previously decided in favor of the employer. ...more

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