Harris Stowe Again Hit By Multi-Million Dollar Discrimination Verdict

Just one month after a jury awarded a former Harris Stowe professor nearly $5 million on claims of racial discrimination, the University has again been hit by a very large discrimination verdict, this time for...

Does the Missouri Human Rights Act Prohibit Sexual Orientation Discrimination

Late last month, a Missouri appeals court addressed for the first time whether the Missouri Human Rights Act (“MHRA”) prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation.  In a decision which is sure to be challenged, the...

EEOC Proposes Regulations Clarifying Wellness Plan Limitations Under GINA

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to amend the regulations implementing Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) as they relate to employer wellness programs that are...

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SAINT LOUIS CITY JURY AWARDS $7 MILLION IN RETALIATION AND DISCRIMINATION SUIT AGAINST MISSOURI DIVISION OF LABOR & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Three years after former Worker’s Compensation Administrative Judge Matthew Vacca filed suit against the Missouri Division of Labor and Industrial Relations, as well as its director and a fellow administrative law judge, alleging that he...