Daugherity Sexual Orientation Discrimination Article Published in Employment Law Daily
An article written by Clausen Miller partner Paul Daugherity was recently published in the Employment Law Daily. The article summarizes a recent 7th Circuit appellate court decision holding that sexual orientation discrimination is protected/prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
With over 12 years of experience, Paul has a litigation based practice with a focus on employment matters, insurance coverage, and personal injury and property damage defense.
Paul has handled Illinois Department of Human Rights charges of discrimination (e.g. race and gender); Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charges of discrimination (e.g. Americans with Disability Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act and Title VII); Cook County Commission on Human Rights charges of sexual orientation discrimination; breach of contract; severance agreement and non-compete/non-solicitation negotiation; products liability defense in personal injury and property damage claims; construction injury defense; medical malpractice defense; design professional defense; ERISA welfare benefit plan violations; OSHA claims and complaints; and insurance coverage cases.
Follow the link below to access the full article. For more information, please contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES—Updated Seventh Circuit Case Law on Sexual Orientation Discrimination