Blog Posts in May, 2018

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  • Unwanted Workload Reductions Due to Pregnancy
    Unwanted Workload Reductions Due to Pregnancy

    Although there has been a lot of progress towards eliminating workplace discrimination, some employers still hold the outdated view that pregnant women should not work or that their work should be ...

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  • The Corporation and the Individual: Human Capital and Beyond
    The Corporation and the Individual: Human Capital and Beyond

    On Thursday, March 29, 2018, Amanda A. Farahany spoke as a panel member at the 2018 Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review Symposium: The Corporation and the Individual. In a ...

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  • Wrongful Termination & Pregnancy Discrimination
    Wrongful Termination & Pregnancy Discrimination

    Women who are pregnant, planning on getting pregnant or have recently given birth are protected against discrimination and wrongful termination by various laws, including the federal Pregnancy ...

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  • #MeToo Civil Assault Cases
    #MeToo Civil Assault Cases

    On Wednesday, April 25, Kathy Harrington Sullivan participated in a panel presentation on pursuing civil claims for sexual assault victims. Topics included approaches for effectively assessing and ...

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  • Pregnancy Discrimination & Temporary Disability
    Pregnancy Discrimination & Temporary Disability

    If you are planning on getting pregnant, you are pregnant or you were recently pregnant, your employer cannot discriminate against you due to your condition. In fact, federal law requires employers to ...

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