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  • Age Discrimination

    • US Supreme Court Issues Decision For Age Discrimination Claims By Federal Workers
    • Ex-Employee Claims Facebook Routinely Fires People Over 50
    • Is Age Discrimination Becoming an Epidemic?
  • Disability Discrimination

    • SPH Wins a Motion Seeking to Dismiss a Disability Discrimination Case
    • SPH Wins Right to a Trial in a Disability Discrimination Case
    • The Americans With Disabilities Act Turns 30
  • Employment Discrimination

    • When Is My Wrongful Termination Wrongful?
    • Can You Sue Your Employer For Unfair Treatment?
    • 3 Things That May Indicate a Hostile Work Environment
  • Employment Law

    • Can My Employer Fire Me for Expressing My Political Views?
    • Managing Partner Davida Perry Speaks at NYU’s Center for Labor & Employment Law’s 74th Annual Conference
    • Can My Employer Require That I Return In-Person to the Office After Working Remotely?
  • Family Medical Leave Act

    • Can You Be Fired During Medical Leave?
    • When Taking Medical Leave is a Career Killer
    • When Your Boss Disagrees With Your Doctor
  • Firm News

    • SPH Wins a Major Decision in a Race Discrimination Case Against the NYC Department of Education
    • The 2023 Law Power 100
    • SPH Obtains Significant Appellate Decision in a Marital Status Discrimination Case
  • FLSA

    • Company Violations in the Holiday Season
  • Gender Discrimination

    • Second Circuit Reinstates Gender Discrimination Claim
    • Boss Assumed That Gay Employee Must Have AIDS
    • Female Boss Didn't Want a Woman Doing So-Called Man's Work
  • Genetic Discrimination

    • Ford Hit With Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Lawsuit
    • Sex-Neutral Acts Relevant in Gender Discrimination Claims
  • Hostile Work Environment

    • When is my hostile work environment unlawful?
    • Woman Sues Over Coworkers' Disruptive Porn-Viewing Habits
    • Braun Electric Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
  • In the News

    • In Memorium of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg
    • New York Repeals Civil Service Law §50-A, Making it Easier to Obtain Complete Document Production
    • Harvey Weinstein Sentenced to 23 Years in New York
  • National Origin Discrimination

    • Company Must Pay $150K Settlement After Chinese Workers Claim National Origin Discrimination
    • What is National Origin Discrimination?
    • What You Need to Know About National Origin Discrimination
  • Posted In: Employment Discrimination

    • What You Need to Know About Failure to Hire Lawsuits
  • Pregnancy Discrimination

    • Women Claim They Were Told 'Don't Get Pregnant Or You're Fired'
    • Woman Who Was Fired While on Maternity Leave Awarded $150K
    • Supervisor Limited Expectant Mom's Bathroom Breaks
  • Racial Discrimination

    • Woman Fired Over White Nationalist Views; Was It Legal?
    • African-American Staffers Collect $5.3 Million after Effigy of Black Worker Hung from Ceiling
    • People Magazine Sued for Racial Discrimination
  • Religious Discrimination

    • Court Upholds Jehovah's Witness Religious Discrimination Claim against Employer
    • Volunteer Nuns Not Entitled to Protections of Title VII Regarding Religious Discrimination
    • Does Abercrombie's "Look Policy" Constitute Religious Discrimination?
  • Retaliation in the Workplace

    • Recent Appellate Decision Expanding Emotional Distress Award In a Discrimination and Retaliation Case
    • Male Employees Fired for Opposing Harassment of Female Coworkers
    • Court Saw Through Company's Attempt at Retaliation
  • Sexual Harassment

    • SPH Wins Appeal to Ensure Our Client's Right To A Jury Trial
    • SPH Wins Case for High School Sexual Harassment Victim Accused of Defamation
    • SPH Makes Law for Sexual Harassment Victims
  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination

    • LGBTQ Rights at Work Just Got a Big Boost
    • Feds Reach First-Ever Settlement over Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    • Could Michael Sam Have a Discrimination Claim Against His Future Team?
  • Wage Violations

    • Signs of Wage Hour Violations: How Do I Know if I'm Receiving Fair Compensation?
    • Report: Employers Stole More Than $2 Billion from Workers in Last Two Years
    • Is Your Employer Required to Give You a Break?
  • Arbitration

    • House Passes Bill Banning Forced Arbitration
  • Anti-Bullying

    • Anti-Bullying Legislation Passed by NY State
  • COVID-19

    • EEOC Issues Updated Guidance Concerning COVID-19
    • SPH Hosts Webinar About Hot Topics In The COVID-19 Pandemic
    • EEOC and COVID-19 Vaccination Policies
  • News Archives

    • Plaintiffs Prevail in Motion to Dismiss Summary Judgment and Motion to Compel Arbitration
    • Schwartz Perry & Heller LLP to Argue Before NY State Court of Appeals About Mandatory Arbitration of Union Members
    • Murray Schwartz Participates in Employment Discrimination Debate at Brooklyn Law School
  • Appeals

    • Appeals Court Reverses Groundbreaking Decision Regarding Compelled Arbitration