Civil Rights Litigation Blog
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.
If you have been the victim of an illegal search and seizure, you have rights.
Interfering with a police officer’s duties and preventing him from making an arrest constitutes resisting arrest.
Being fired or laid off because of your age, even when hidden by another reason, is age discrimination and against the law.
Gender discrimination or pregnancy discrimination is still a widespread problem nationwide, particularly among low-income women.
Filing a wrongful termination claim is difficult enough—you’ve also got to prove your claim.
What constitutes religious discrimination and what you can do if your civil rights have been violated?
Should the loss be a result of another’s negligence, you do have a possible legal recourse: a wrongful death lawsuit.
Learn more about your rights as a whistleblower and what you can do if your employer tries to retaliate by making your workplace unpleasant.
Considering starting up a blog? You’ll be pleased to know that you are protected by the First Amendment, even online.