See below for press coverage on the retaliation claim filed by Attorney David A. Russcol against the Town of Williamstown on behalf of a police sergeant who blew the whistle on discrimination, retaliation, and police misconduct. For coverage of the sergeant’s underlying suit, click here.
Attorney Naomi R. Shatz spoke to Law360 about the EEOC’s recent push to convince federal courts that Title VII protects employees from discriminatory transfers and shift changes. Shatz explains, “[I]t’s just really important for employees and employers to understand that there’s so much more to a job and so much more to the terms and conditions of a job under Title VII than just what’s on paper in terms of a salary or job description . . . [E]mployers really can negatively impact employees in discriminatory ways without giving them a pay cut or demotion or something that was more traditionally considered an adverse action under Title VII.” Click here to read more.
See below for press coverage on a discrimination and retaliation suit recently filed by Attorney David A. Russcol against the Town of Williamstown. Read the full complaint here.
On July 27, 2020, Naomi Shatz and Katherine Dullea published the following op-ed in Law360, discussing inequities in the bar exam and urging lawyers to consider whether maintaining the exam is useful for the profession. You can view the original article here, or download a PDF here.
Partner Naomi Shatz offers her expertise on the new federal regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education on May 6, 2020. These new regulations dictating how colleges and universities must handle claims of sexual harassment and assault under Title IX will go into effect on August 14, 2020. Click here to read the article and here to read her blog post about the regulations.