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June 2020 Archives

A Momentous Step for Equality: The Significance of the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision to Extend Title VII Protections to LGBT and Transgender Workers

Allred, Maroko & Goldberg is elated to see that millions of LGBT and transgender individuals in the United States are now explicitly protected from workplace discrimination under federal law. Yesterday's landmark civil rights ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court finally made clear that Title VII prohibits an employer from firing, demoting, refusing to hire or otherwise discriminating against a worker based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

LA enacts Worker Retention and Right of Recall Ordinances

Amid the current global health crisis, more than 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment. National anxiety is, arguably, higher than it has been in decades. How will impacted individuals pay their bills? The concern felt by workers in janitorial, maintenance, security and hospitality fields is heightened. These service industries require people to be present in close proximity. Responding to the needs of these heavily impacted industries, LA signed two new ordinances in May, which will go into effect June 14, 2020.

How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change

For over 40+ years Allred Maroko & Goldberg has stood with the voiceless. We have fought for change to make sure every person is treated with dignity and respect. The unspeakable deaths of George Floyd and other African Americans have resulted in untold pain for so many. Our firm will continue in our quest to speak for those whose voices are disregarded and ignored. Allred Maroko & Goldberg will not be silent. This firm fervently believes that all people are created equal, and that we as lawyers must continue our work to eliminate systemic racism. We pledge to continue to battle in the courts for those who have been denied equal rights or justice on account of their race. We urge everyone to read former President Obama's statement. We could not have said it better.

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