New answers tagged

2

Is blocking certain people while allowing everybody else to view some content discrimination Yes. and violate anti-discrimination laws Probably not, at least in the US. There is no federal law prohibiting "discrimination" in general. There are specific laws regarding discrimination against certain groups in certain contexts. They would probably not ...


1

The suit has prima facie merit the relevant provision of the Equal Pay Act of 1963 is: SEC. 206. [Section 6] (d) Prohibition of sex discrimination (1) No employer having employees subject to any provisions of this section shall discriminate, within any establishment in which such employees are employed, between employees on the basis of sex by ...


3

It's unlikely that you can legally force an employer to give you a physical pay check. Hence you should explore how you can attain your goal with negotiations or workarounds. Since it's not entirely clear what you specific objection is, we can only speculate. Here are some ideas. Most businesses prefer direct deposits because it's faster, cheaper, safer and ...


0

The 1st Amendment has never been held to require a private entity to positively support people's religious convictions. Absent proof of discriminatory intent, i.e. they targeted you with the policy, or a local law requiring reasonable accommodation, a suit would be pointless. It's regrettable you are put in this position, but there is little legal recourse.


1

Can children that are force to write with the wrong hand that has developed a major disorder bring suit for malpractice? That would be an unfounded and futile claim. The plaintiff would have a very hard time proving that his alleged disorder originated from being forced to write with the wrong hand. Even if an expert witness lent himself to support ...


4

It is entirely legal. The school has no obligation to admit any particular student unless there is an alumnus preference clause in their admission agreements.


4

This sucks. It is also legal. It's a private school, they can admit who they like (provided they don't discriminate on the grounds of protected characteristics like "religion" or "caste").


Top 50 recent answers are included