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ADA Website Compliance: A Litigation Minefield

ADA Title III prohibits disability discrimination in “places of public accommodation,” which covers shared or public entities like libraries, universities, transportation services, and commercial facilities. 183 more words

Laura Lapidus on Technology and the Workplace

From the 30th PLUS Conference in Atlanta, CNA’s Laura Lapidus, Esq. joins us in the Media Zone to discuss the impact of technology and the internet on the workplace.

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Photos from the SW Chapter EPL Seminar

On October 5 the PLUS Southwest Chapter hosted a day-long Employment Law seminar. About 40 people participated in the Scottsdale, AZ event with keynote presentations by Mary Jo O’Neill (Phoenix District Office of EEOC) and Johanna Carrane (JuryScope), plus two outstanding panels which delved deep into the EEOC, NLRB, Discrimination and the world of “Alternative Facts.” 10 more words

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Hnetueplakaka

Ef þú átt eina uppskrift að eplaköku þá ætti þetta að vera hún. Víst er að það er alveg nauðsynlegt að kunna eina uppskrift að einni slíkri því nýbökuð eplakaka getur gert kraftaverk og látið hörðustu karlmenni geta breyst í mjúka bangsa, bara við kökuilminn. 198 more words

PLUS Conference Keynote Interviewed on CNN

Last week our 2017 PLUS Conference luncheon keynote Kat Cole, COO and President, North America, FOCUS Brands, was featured on CNN Money. In the interview she shares her inspiring story, discusses the minimum wage issue, and highlights the sacrifices her mother made to help her succeed. 25 more words

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Warning: The Internet May be Hazardous to Employees!

Claudia Costa’s panel at the 2017 PLUS Conference, titled “Warning: The Internet May be Hazardous to Employees!” will discuss cyber-bullying and threats in the workplace, and how employers can address the issue. 515 more words

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Sex Stereotyping Discrimination Claims in the Second Circuit on Hold

In Lorber v. Lew, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 21189, *14-15 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 13, 2017), plaintiff — an openly gay IRS employee — filed suit against the former Secretary of the Treasury alleging discrimination and retaliation in violation of Title VII based on his gender.  206 more words