Lessons Learned about Equal Pay in Higher Education


The #MeToo movement has brought public awareness to claims concerning pay disparity based on gender.
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Has the Fourth Circuit Set the Stage for LGBTQ Protections Under Title VII?


The Fourth Circuit’s recent decision in Evangeline Parker v. Reema Consulting Services, Incorporated, 915 F.3d 297 (4th Cir. 2019) grabbed headlines for its controversial ruling that workplace gossip can support a sex harassment claim under Title VII, but the Court’s decision may also be a harbinger for a decision down the road recognizing sexual orientation bias as a form of sex-based discrimination under Title VII.
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Employees Are a Gatekeeper to Effective Data Security


Data security and privacy concerns have become one of the top issues keeping business leaders up at night.
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Maryland Bans Non-Compete Agreements for Low Wage Workers


In 2016, President Obama released a “Call to Action” encouraging state legislatures to take a hard look at non-compete reform.
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Sexual Harassment Training After #MeToo


The #MeToo movement exploded in the fall of 2017 and put sexual harassment on the front pages of newspapers, websites and other media outlets.
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