The calls from employers come into our office several times a week seeking legal advice about the use of bathrooms by transgender employees. It’s an issue that federal regulatory agencies and the U.S. Supreme Court are racing to address as transgender employees assert their rights. My advice to clients who own businesses may not be the easiest solution to enforce, but I believe it’s where the emerging laws on this topic will eventually settle.
Archives for June 2016
Video Evidence: A Double-Edged Sword For Insurance Adjusters
Every breaking news story that might have been reported through eyewitness accounts now features at least one or more videos of the actual event shot by onlookers. Every person with a smartphone or other camera-equipped digital device is a potential source of a video clip for the evening news.
McKenna Storer’s Julie Ramson Successfully Defends a Medical Malpractice Case
Julie Ramson successfully defends another medical malpractice defense case adding to a string of “not guilty” verdicts in her career. Ms Ramson focuses on defense litigation and professional liability within McKenna Storer. Ms. Ramson applied her signature approach and translated complex medical intricacies into an understandable story that resonated well with the jury. Her trademarks […]
No Harm, No Foul: Why Spokeo v. Robins is a Win for Data Privacy Defendants
It is easy to spin a legal decision, and the spinning commenced the moment the United States Supreme Court’s Spokeo v. Robins decision came down. Some hailed the decision as a massive win for corporate defendants, while others believe that the decision represents a win for plaintiffs in ongoing privacy battles. While both outlooks have […]