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Does the recent Supreme Court ruling open a door for LGBT workers to take legal action against discriminatory employers?

The United States Supreme Court delivered a momentous ruling in favor of LGBT rights on Monday, deciding that gay, lesbian, and transgender workers are protected by federal anti-discrimination law. The 6-3 decision means that LGBT employees…
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Doctors Allege Anti-Semitism at Colorado University School of Medicine near Denver.

  Nine doctors have accused the University of Colorado School of Medicine of anti-Semitism and age discrimination in a letter delivered to the Colorado University Board of Regents earlier this year.  The nine took the unusual step of…
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What can I do if I am fired after workplace harassment in Denver Colorado?

Workplace discrimination occurs when an individual is adversely discriminated against due to a multitude of factors defined by law.  Harassment is a form of discrimination that includes unwelcome behaviors by managers, clients, and co-workers,…

Denver Colorado insurance company to pay $20.5 million in discrimination lawsuit. 

  An insurance company will pay $20.5 million to settle claims that it discriminated against its black and female employees in Denver and Nashville in the largest such agreement ever reached in the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s…
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Former worker with cancer sued Denver Health for discrimination in Colorado.

Carol Nichols worked for about 30 years in the equal employment field and has sued her ex-employer for firing her after she asked to work remotely, while undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia and lymphoma treatment. Nichols was concerned about…