Civil Rights

Civil Rights

Judge who wrote NYC’s stop-and-frisk rulings says opposition by city leaders was ‘all about fear’

Labor & Employment

Restricting bathrooms for transgender employees violates Title VII, says EEOC

Civil Rights

23 Seattle landlords charged with discriminating against tenants with rent vouchers, disabilities

Features

Secret Snitches: California case uncovers long-standing practice of planting jailhouse informants

President's Message

On 50th anniversary of landmark Miranda decision, is it more than mere words?

10 Questions

10 Questions: Groundbreaking transgender judge happily passes the torch in post-Caitlyn age

Precedents

May 8, 1973: American Indian Movement surrenders at Wounded Knee after 71-day standoff

Labor & Employment

PricewaterhouseCoopers hires ‘stunningly low’ number of people over 40, says age-discrimination suit

Criminal Justice

5 ex-police officers admit guilt, get greatly reduced sentences in Katrina bridge-slayings plea deal

Criminal Justice

Cleveland will pay $6M in death of Tamir Rice, shot by police while playing with toy gun

Asked and Answered

Want to stop bias in the workplace? Here are some constructive tips (podcast with transcript)

Education Law

Transgender teen may sue over school’s restroom restriction, 4th Circuit says

Civil Rights

NYC program keeps tabs on about 100 people with history of psychiatric problems and violence

Civil Rights

Up to 450 mistakenly jailed on warrants for others in one California county over 5 years, suit says

Judiciary

Embattled Kentucky judge who highlighted jury diversity issues agrees to paid suspension

Internet Law

Monitoring of my Twitter account showed racial bias, state lawyer says in labor complaint

Labor & Employment

Farmers Insurance to pay $5.8M to settle discrimination suit by female claims litigators

Education Law

Bullied student’s suit against school fails for lack of ‘deliberate indifference,’ 6th Circuit says

Civil Rights

Imprisoned Pastafarian loses lawsuit; federal judge says ‘religion’ is in fact a parody

Civil Rights

Ex-lawyer sues after alibi exonerates him in girlfriend’s fire injuries