Programs & Events

Sexual Orientation and Transgender Issues in the Workplace

Recent developments have reinvigorated the contentious legal debate as to whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act protects workers from sexual orientation discrimination and have breathed new life into the push for the Supreme Court to finally resolve this issue.

2-hour workshop New York, NY

The Impact of the Trump Administration on Labor and Employment Law

President-elect Trump has indicated his choice of Andrew Puzder as Secretary of Labor, providing a window into the direction that the incoming administration is moving.  Appointments to the NLRB and EEOC will follow.  While there are not yet any changes to legislation, administrative regulations, or Executive orders, it is clear that t

The Role of the Courts in Managing the Collateral Consequences of Conviction

Last year, Judge John Gleeson caused a stir when he expunged the record of a woman he had sentenced years before and later issued what he called a “certificate of rehabilitation” to one of her codefendants. The 2nd circuit reversed his order, holding that federal courts, unlike the courts in many states, have no autho