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Why You Should Attend
In 2020, the Supreme Court held in Bostock v. Clayton County that discrimination because a person is LGBTQ is discrimination “because of sex” under Title VII, the federal law prohibiting employment discrimination. In this session, you will learn about the impact of the Bostock decision on employment law and other areas of federal sex discrimination law, including recent developments and emerging issues. The session will also provide an overview of best practices for employers for protecting the rights of LGBTQ employees.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand and analyze the background to and key takeaways from the Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock
- Recognize and evaluate the impact of Bostock on employment law and other areas of federal sex discrimination law, including recent developments and emerging issues
- Apply best practices for protecting the rights of LGBTQ employees
Who Should Attend
Attorneys, employers, and other professionals looking to expand their knowledge of federal sex discrimination law and who want to implement best practices for protecting LGBTQ employees.
Program Level: Update
Prerequisites: An interest in staying current on the latest cases and emerging issues in federal sex discrimination law.
Advanced Preparation: None