Even if a court were to decide that an adverse employment action due to infertility treatments was not sex or pregnancy discrimination, the employee could possibly have an argument that there is discrimination based on disability.
New federal law establishes an advisory council to address the physical and mental health needs of children as well as the needs of the grandparents or other older relative caregivers.
The students brought three claims, arguing that the policy constituted a violation of their constitutional right to privacy, a violation of Title IX, and a violation of state tort law.
Recent amendments to the Public School Code indicate a particular focus on school safety and security, however, there are a number of other important updates of which schools should be aware.
Governor Wolf signed into law two legislative bills amending the Public School Code, including an extension of the authority of school boards to hold executive sessions when discussing sensitive security issues.
In a complete reversal of current law and in a decision certain to have national and direct political ramifications, the Supreme Court ruled today that the collection of agency fees by public employee unions violates the constitutional rights of the non-union members of the employer.
While infertility is not a considered a “serious health condition” in and of itself, under FMLA regulations, continuing treatment by a health-care provider following a period of incapacity of three or more consecutive days, and any subsequent, related regimen of treatment under the care of a health-care provider, satisfies the definition of a “serious health condition.”
In the case of Juanita J. W. v. School District of Philadelphia, the Court awarded a student who was the victim of bullying that was not properly addressed by the school district $500,000 for the significant injuries sustained by the student, plus attorney’s fees and costs.
Court Defines Concept of Resignation and Constructive Discharge in Termination of School SuperintendentsJune 6th, 2018
In a recently decided case, Pennsylvania’s top court had the opportunity to make several rulings in the area of law regarding the employment of school Superintendents.
Both federal and state laws, which bar discrimination based on gender, can help fathers navigate and balance their roles.