Federal judge rules existing civil rights law includes “sexual orientation discrimination”

Indiana: Argument over relevance of church doctrine during in vitro suit testimony

EEOC Wins Settlements In 3 Religious Discrimination Cases

Duck Commander’s faith persuades A&E to back down

No Unemployment Benefits Because Employee Failed To Notify Employer of Scope of Needed Religious Accommodation

KS: Employer Offered Reasonable Accommodation To Muslim Employee For Noontime Prayer

Car dealership to pay $50K for refusing to hire Sikh due to beard

Iowa: “Judge: Owner can’t lecture employees on religion”

NM: Hotel Settles Religious Discrimination Suit With EEOC

Federal Jury Awards Portland City Employee Damages In Religious Harassment Case

NYPD’s Grooming Rule Violates Free Exercise Rights of Orthodox Jewish Officer

Students rally for Rutgers University bus driver who says prayer led to his dismissal

Complaint filed against DHL on behalf of 24 NKY muslim workers who say they were fired over prayers

UPS Settles Religious Accommodation Charges Brought By EEOC

Workplace religious rights set forth in ADF legal analysis | Baptist Press

Washington High Court Hears Arguments On Whether State Law Requires Religious Accommodation

NE: Accommodating Muslim Workers’ Prayer Times Created Undue Hardship In Beef Plant

Woman Sues Christian Group Saying She Was Fired For Divorce While Men Were Treated Differently

Indiana diocese in vitro suit must release docs

U.S. government sues Texas RV park for alleged discrimination against transgender woman

Man Fired Over Religious Beard Wins Court Fight

10th Circuit Rules For Abercrombie In Okla. Suit Over Hijab

EEOC Sues Over Company’s Refusal To Accommodate Religious Objection To Biometric Hand Scanning

“Craig James: Fox Sports firing for gay marriage comment a ‘terrible mistake’”

Pentecostal Employee Loses Retaliation Claim As 5th Circuit Applies Recent Supreme Court Precedent

Cal. Federal Judge: Abercrombie Wrongly Fired Muslim For Hijab

Wal-mart Fires NY Employee For Criticizing Muslims

PA: Plaintiff’s Objection To Name Badge States Valid Title VII Religious Discrimination Claim

Mt. Healthy’s Enduring Commitment to First Amendment Rights on Campus | David Hacker at Jurist

EEOC Sues Over Failure To Accommodate Seventh Day Adventist

Church Autonomy Reconceived: The Logic and Limits of Hosanna-Tabor | Christiopher Lund at Nortwestern L. Rev. via SSRN

Firing woman to avoid extramarital affair is unfair, but not gender bias, Iowa Supreme court rules

More than 7,000 Urge Ball State University to Protect Academic Freedom of Professor Eric Hedin

Supreme Court makes it harder to sue businesses for discrimination

TX: Suit Alleges Applicant For County Position Was Asked Illegal Questions About Religion, Political Views

Christian Employee Who Objects To Secular Counseling Loses Religious Accommodation Claim

Louisiana School Need Not Accommodate Teacher’s Tuesday Sabbath

EEOC Sues Trucking Company That Refused To Reassign Muslim Drivers Who Objeced To Alcohol Delivery

Illegal Flirting? Feds Revisit ‘Sex Harassment’ | WND

Federal Court Dismisses Christian School’s Attempt to Stop Teachers From Suing and Awards Attorney’s Fees

President Nominates Feldblum For Another Term on EEOC

Should the Ministerial Exception Apply to Functions, Not Persons? Jed Glickstein at Yale L.J.

Higher-Education Groups Split Over Workplace-Retaliation Case at Supreme Court | Chronicle of Higher Education

Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Title VII Retaliation Case Brought By Doctor Claiming Ethnic and Religious Discrimination

PA: 9 fired employees sue Imani Christian Academy

5th Circuit: Factual Issues Require Trial In Bus Driver’s Religious Accommodation Claim

Teacher fired over Bible files complaint against Phillipsburg School District

Complete or Partial Accommodation: An Analysis of the Federal Circuit Split Over the Duty of the Employer to Reasonably Accommodate the Religious Beliefs of the Employee | Andrew J. Hull at Regent U. Law Rev. on SSRN

Should the Ministerial Exception Apply to Functions, Not Persons? | Yale Law J. at SSRN

Company Charged With Religious Discrimination By EEOC Settles Suit

SC: EEOC employee sues over Obama “sexual orientation” discrimination investigation mandate

Federal Court refuses to dismiss teacher’s suit versus diocese over firing for IVF pregnancy

“EEOC Commissioner, Lawyers Discuss Rights of LGBT Employees”

OH: No minister’s exemption for Catholic school that fired teacher over out of wedlock IVF pregnancy

Accommodating Store Manager’s Sabbatarian Beliefs Would Impose Undue Hardship

Appeals Court Upholds Rabbi’s Firing With Differing Views On Ministerial Exception

Federal Court Says Veganism Might Qualify As A Religion in Vaccination Dispute

VA: Former employee drops Bible lawsuit in Chesapeake

Ind. hospital fires 8 workers who refused flu shot

Walmart worker says she was fired for praying with customer

Muslim Cabbie Sues Over Commission Dress Code That Bars Religious Clothing

Time Off for Religious Holidays: Learn From UPS’ Alleged Mistake

Christian Employee’s Title VII Objections To Ramadan Accommodation Dismissed

5th Circuit: Music Director’s ADEA and ADA Claims Barred By Ministerial Exception Doctrine

9th Circuit Emeldi ruling, an invitation to sue college professors?

GA: Church Nursery School Teacher Sues After Being Fired For Living With Fiancee

Ironies of Hosanna-Tabor | Frederick Mark Gedicks at Mercer L.R.

Washington High Court Splits In Ministerial Exception Case

“2 groups support Ind. teacher fired over in vitro”

Reflections on Hosanna-Tabor | Michael W. McConnell at Harvard J. of L. & PP