- background checks, credit history, & criminal record
- breastfeeding & the workplace
- class actions
- defamation, libel, & slander
- disability & reasonable accommodation
- family responsibilities
- gender identity & gender expression
- glass ceiling
- hiring & testing
- hiv status
- hostile work environment
- marital status
- national origin
- pay disparity
- sexual harassment/quid pro quo harassment
- sexual orientation
The attorneys at Outten & Golden have extensive experience representing individuals who have been discriminated against or harassed because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation.
Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia explicitly prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation. The attorneys at Outten & Golden are at the forefront of pushing for greater protections under existing statutes and the passage of federal and local laws that would explicitly cover individuals who suffer discrimination based on sexual orientation.
The attorneys at Outten & Golden understand that whether individuals are, or are perceived as, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer is not relevant to their ability to do a job and should not be relevant to employers’ decisions about them. We zealously protect people’s right to be free from this kind of discrimination.