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    Class Action Age Discrimination Case Against Google Moves Forward

    A software developer in California recently prevailed in a key ruling regarding her lawsuit against Google. The developer, Cheryl Fillekes, originally brought a suit against the multinational technology company in 2015, claiming that the company systemically discriminates against older job applicants and employees. By way of background, Fillekes interviewed with Google for four different positions […]

    Ohio Judge Upholds Federal Guidelines for Transgender Students

    The landscape of transgender law impacting students is quickly evolving, in large part due to the increasing national debate over restroom access for transgender students. By way of background, under Title IX, schools receiving federal money may not discriminate based on a student’s sex. Both the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the U.S. Department […]

    U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear O’Bannon v. NCAA

    The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided not to hear the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (“NCAA”) appeal of the O’Bannon case, a class-action lawsuit that was filed by the former UCLA basketball star and other college basketball and football players. O’Bannon v. NCAA originated in 2009, when Ed O’Bannon, a former All-American UCLA basketball player, along […]