Civil Rights Litigation Blog
When Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg passed away last month, she left an impressive legal legacy in her fight for civil rights.
Most people can recognize sexist language as it's often quite obvious, such as a man referring to a female employee's looks, saying suggestive things about her, or calling her pet names like "honey" or baby." But more often than not, it's the subtle ways people use...
Amidst all the civil rights protests lately, one divisive topic has emerged: Is it a violation of my civil rights for the government to require me to wear a face mask in public? In short, probably not. Because of the rapid increase in Covid-19 infections, many states...
In June 2020, the Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity bill was passed in Colorado to help reduce police misconduct and improve police accountability.
The most important thing to remember is that the First Amendment guarantees every person in America the right to peacefully assemble and protest.
Employees have new rights regarding paid time off. If you are having issues securing paid time off, read about the new laws that protect you.
The coronavirus pandemic our country is going through right now is unprecedented – people are sick, people are dying, and everyone is scared. Different states are battling the coronavirus in different ways as businesses struggle to survive.
Freedom of speech and the First Amendment means that everyone has the right to express an opinion and be free from government censorship.
Colorado allows wrongful death suits to be filed on behalf of a deceased person, for the compensation they might have recovered if they were still alive.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 prohibits discrimination against an individual based on their disability.
The laws and decisions that go into protecting bloggers may also affect rights regarding the first amendment and social media postings.
The AARP reports that 1 in 5 claims made to the EEOC are specifically for age discrimination.