EIGHTH CIRCUIT REQUIRES EMPLOYEES TO REASONABLY BELIEVE UNDERLYING CONDUCT IS ILLEGAL TO MAKE A CASE FOR RETALIATION

Colleen Auer’s tenure as city attorney for Minot, North Dakota, may have lasted only about a month, but it spurred not one, but three lawsuits and will definitely leave its mark on the Eighth Circuit. ...

Are You Prepared To Handle The #MeToo Movement In Your Workplace?

Months into the #MeToo movement, daily reports of high-profile sexual harassment complaints have led to a new question - are employers prepared to handle a harassment complaint?  Recent spotlights on failed investigations, inadequate employer responses,...

Are Government Entities Required To Provide Public Accommodations Under The Missouri Human Rights Act?

On April 25, 2018, the Missouri Supreme Court heard oral arguments in R.M.A. v. Blue Springs R-IV School District that could have far-reaching implications for the civil rights protections granted to the state’s transgender community. ...