After a five-day trial, a St. Louis County Police Department sergeant won a nearly $20 million jury verdict on claims of sex/gender discrimination and retaliation under the Missouri Human Rights Act. Keith Wildhaber, who is gay and a 25-year veteran ...Read More »
Plaintiff filed suit against defendant, her employer, alleging that she was effectively demoted and repeatedly denied promotions based on age and sex discrimination. The district court granted summary judgment to defendant on plaintiff’s claims. Where evidence showed that plaintiff’s supervisor’s ...Read More »
Where a transgender student sued a school district and its board arguing that the denial of access to the boys’ restrooms and locker room was discrimination on the grounds of his sex in the use of a public accommodation, ...Read More »
It’s hard to tell which is more controversial within the Missouri Supreme Court — how LGBTQ issues fit into Missouri’s sex-discrimination laws or whether the court should hear imperfectly appealed administrative decisions. The court on Feb. 26 issued two opinions ...Read More »
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday revived the sex-discrimination claims of a gay man in his suit against the state’s commission on human rights and a transgender teen seeking access to school facilities that align with his gender identity.
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