Government argues that Title VII does not, as written, protect LGB employees from workplace discrimination
Judi Brown claims co-workers called her a "man in a dress," a "prostitute," and the n-word
Justice Department wants SCOTUS to rule that Title VII doesn't protect trans workers from sex discrimination
Lynn Starkey claims she was discriminated against and retaliated against after filing an EEOC complaint
Corporations argue that uniform laws prohibiting anti-LGBTQ discrimination are beneficial to their success
The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a pair of cases involving LGBTQ workers who were allegedly fired after their employers discovered they were gay or...
Lawyers outline arguments for why the high court should recognize LGBTQ workplace protections in federal law
Court to decide whether the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act protects LGBTQ people from employment discrimination
Skyler Jay argues that exclusions for transition-related care should be removed from employer health plans
All three cases raise question of whether LGBTQ people are protected by the Civil Rights Act
Lawsuit is the latest alleging that employers who discriminate against LGBTQ employees are violating their Title VII rights
A group of parents of transgender children has written a letter to President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence blasting a recent administration proposal...
ACLU says court should allow decision finding a funeral home director unlawfully fired a trans employee to stand
Government's proposed definition of gender is an attempt to reverse Obama-era expansion of transgender legal rights
Alina Boyden and Shannon Andrews sued state after being denied coverage for gender confirmation surgery