Discrimination Against LGBTQ Employees: What the Court’s Opinion Means and Where Employers Go From Here

Recorded On: 07/22/2020

The Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision concluding that an employer who discriminates against an individual merely because of their sexual orientation or gender identity does indeed violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Join Clark Hill Members Anne-Marie Welch and Mario Bordogna as they present a spirited and engaging webinar summarizing the court’s reasoning in this landmark opinion, reviewing the many legal and non-legal implications for employers, and offering some best practice recommendations for human resources going forward in the aftermath of this generational sea change in the law.

This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after live webinar. 

Mario Bordogna

Member, Labor and Employment Practice Group, Clark Hill, PLC

Mario Bordogna is a Member in Clark Hill’s Labor and Employment Practice Group partnering with employers nationwide on the front end to keep them in legal compliance with labor and employment laws, and on the back end if they need a strong, experienced litigation advocate.  For almost 25 years, Mario has represented employers in sectors like health care, energy, hospitality, manufacturing, education, and others helping them with HR/employment counseling, labor–management relations, employment litigation, wage and hour issues, sexual harassment matters, policy development and more.

Anne-Marie Welch

Labor & Employment Attorney and Litigator - Clark Hill, PLC

Anne-Marie Welch is a Labor & Employment Attorney and Litigator with Clark Hill, PLC, a global, full-service law firm. Anne-Marie’s clients seek her experienced, confident counsel in addressing their employee management needs. She provides legal services including risk assessment and risk avoidance in employee terminations, accommodating disabilities, addressing workplace misconduct, protecting key personnel and proprietary information, performing reductions in force, and implementation of workplace policies and training designed to avoid disputes and comply with state and federal law, to name a few.  Anne-Marie is licensed in the State of Michigan, but travels the country litigating and appearing before federal courts and agencies.

One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.

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Discrimination Against LGBTQ Employees: What the Court’s Opinion Means and Where Employers Go From Here
Discrimination Against LGBTQ Employees: What the Court’s Opinion Means and Where Employers Go From Here Live event: 07/22/2020 at 10:00 AM (EDT) You must register to access.