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Circuit court's decision will now grant Mark Horton his day in court to argue he was unlawfully discriminated against
Rejection of Jameka Evans' case leaves a split among circuit courts as to whether Title VII protects LGBTQ people
On Tuesday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard the case of a deceased skydiver who had sued his former employer for firing him...
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed that the full court will review the case of a New York skydiving instructor who claims...
On Friday, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court judgment dismissing a lesbian’s employment discrimination lawsuit. The decision dealt a blow...
Couple's lawsuit was initially dismissed on the grounds that LGBTQ people aren't protected by the Fair Housing Act
Monte Johnson says she was repeatedly misgendered by coworkers and harassed by managers
Transgender advocates say $60,000 settlement sends message to other county jails to reform their policies on trans inmates
Jury previously awarded $20 million to Keith Wildhaber, who claimed he was told to "tone down his gayness"
A federal judge in North Carolina has approved a legal settlement that will enable transgender individuals to use the restroom that matches their gender identity...
Lawyers outline arguments for why the high court should recognize LGBTQ workplace protections in federal law
Julia Frost claims she was retaliated against her for highlighting discrimination against LGBTQ students
Iowa's Department of Corrections found to have discriminated against prison nurse Jesse Vroegh in two different ways
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted Solicitor General Noel Francisco extra time to weigh in on a discrimination lawsuit brought by a transgender woman against...
Despite settlement, it's still unclear whether courts believe sexual orientation discrimination is prohibited under Title VII