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Archive: Month: November 2018

#Zarda is rescheduled

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  • Law posted:Appeals
  • Date:November 27, 2018

My big win at the Second Circuit, Zarda v. Altitude Express, 883 F.3d 100 (2d Cir. 2018) (en banc) has a petition for certiorari pending at the U.S. Supreme Court. This is a request for the high court to take the appeal and decide it. The Court takes only 5%

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Is my boss legally obligated to use my preferred pronoun?

Many transgender or intersex individuals prefer to use names and pronouns that do not match the ones they might have been assigned at birth. Sometimes this can be confusing for others, who may slip up occasionally and use the wrong name or pronoun. But sometimes the stubborn and spiteful will

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Preventing sexual harassment at work is more than simple training

Creating an environment free of sexual harassment AND any type of harassment based on your race, ethnicity, sexual orientation disability is one of the biggest challenges for better employers. Although incivility and plain old rudeness are not protected by the law, one of the most complicated areas of creating a

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Zarda v. Altitude Express Makes Wikipedia!

Here is the Wikipedia link The case is on appeal and will be conferenced on 11/30 at the U.S. Supreme Court. The best outcome for my clients is that the Court denies review. The second best outcome is that they grant review and affirm the 10-3 win at the Second Circuit,

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Are you pregnant and facing workplace discrimination?

In New York City and across the state, the fight to protect pregnant mothers from discrimination at the workplace continues. Unfortunately, this type of gender-based discrimination is still rampant. Gregory Antollino, Attorney at Law, is dedicated to seeking justice for those like you who feel as though you've been

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