LGBT Title VII Protection: What Impact Is Expected?
Presented on September 11, 2020
1.5 CLE credits: 1.0 Areas of Professional Practice, 0.5 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias
In a historic decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay, lesbian, and transgender employees from discrimination based on sex.
Presenters Lindy Korn, Law Office of Lindy Korn, PLLC and Amber Buday, Hunt Real Estate, Former LGBTQ+ Educator, University at Buffalo and Buffalo Public Schools will provide participants with an overview of the recent US Supreme Court decision, as well as New York’s specific protections for LGBTQ workers. They will also discuss the implications of these protections on LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence and abuse.
Lindy Korn is the owner and founder of the Law Office of Lindy Korn, PLLC. During her forty years as a plaintiff’s civil rights attorney, Lindy Korn has worked to make Western New York workplaces free of illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation.
After 12 years as an out LGBTQ+ educator for both University at Buffalo and Buffalo Public Schools, Amber Buday began a career in Real Estate in 2015. Having only ever worked within the not for profit sector, Amber is a self-described reluctant entrepreneur, determined to create a business model that promotes social and economic justice.
(Full credit appropriate for experienced attorneys. Areas of Professional Practice credit appropriate for newly admitted attorneys)
Available Formats: OnDemand
OnDemand: $45 Members (Promo Code: member2017), $60 Non-Members
Areas of Professional Practice, Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias