Harassing a man who isn’t “manly” is unlawful harassment

When most employers or employees hear the term “sexual harassment” they assume harassment between individuals of the opposite sex. However, numerous federal courts across the country are finding sexual harassment can be based on “gender stereotyping” the victim. For example, a group of male employees harass another male employee because he does not dress similar…

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Female Associates in Law Firms Continue to Decline

According to a recent NALP (The Association for Legal Career Professionals) press release, even though women made small gains in law firm partnership ranks,  the percentage of female associates in law firms has fallen slightly for the third year in a row. Women made up 45.05 percent of associates in an “incremental but steady slide…

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Texas Court of Appeals – 2012 Election Results

The outcomes in these races varied greatly depending on the geography of each district — and much less candidate to candidate. In most districts, that resulted in a one-party sweep. In one, it resulted in some very close contests. AUSTIN COURT In my local Austin Court, the Republicans swept with winning vote totals in a…

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