Tag Archives: Lindsay Greene
Sexual Harassment In The Era Of #MeToo What Is An Employer To Do?
Allegations of sexual harassment have over taken all forms of news and social media in the last several months, sparking what has been referred to as the “#MeToo” movement. In light of the avalanche of sexual harassment claims and lawsuits, many employers are, rightfully, overwhelmed. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency responsible for investigating and prosecuting clams of discrimination, it has received an additional 27,000 sexual harassment claims last year. If history offers any lesson, the… Read More »
The Legal Meaning of Marriage: 12 Benefits Same-Sex Married Couples Now Receive
By Lindsay N. Greene, Esq. and Ruben Laboy, Jr., Esq. On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges the Constitution guarantees same-sex couples the right to marriage. As reported in The New York Times, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy defined marriage as a “keystone of our social order.” The Supreme Court’s decision, he explained, provided same-sex married couples with “equal dignity in the eyes of the law.” The decision has… Read More »