Muldrow v. St. Louis: An employee’s harm does not have to be “significant” to establish a Title VII discrimination claim.

Recently, the Supreme Court ruled on a sex discrimination lawsuit that lowered the standard for the type of harm an employee must show to bring a valid claim under Title…

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What happens when an unwed mother—uncertain of who the father is—decides to place that child up for adoption?

Contributed by Law Clerk, Brittany Hawkins. In circumstances where there is a putative father the petitioners for an adoption must check the Putative Father Registry. A putative father is “any…

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