Provided by the Labor & Employment Law Section Executive Committee
Here are two perspectives on the March 25, 2015 opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court in Young v. UPS. The Court reversed judgment for UPS on Young's claim under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and remanded to the Court of Appeals for further consideration.
How the Supreme Court Cleared Up a Big Blind Spot in the Law Protecting Pregnant Employees
A New Day for Pregnant Employee Workplace Accommodations - Understanding the New Framework
Still pending are the Court's opinions in the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's cases, Mach Mining - the judicial review standard that should apply to the Commission's pre-suit conciliation efforts - and Abercrombie - the religious garb case. Stay tuned!
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