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  • Firm Staffers Treated as Second-Class Citizens, NRA in Court Today, EEOC v. DOJ: The Morning Minute
    Here's the news you need to start your day.
             
  • In Law Firms, 'Caste System' Persists Among Attorneys and Business Professionals
    Professional law firm staff report there's a two-tiered system within firms that minimizes their role and contributions. "I quickly learned about a caste system," one former staff member said, "an attorney and nonattorney world within a law firm."
         
  • EEOC Doesn't Sign Trump DOJ's Supreme Court Brief Against Transgender Employees
    The Trump-era Justice Department has been at odds with the EEOC over protections for gay, lesbian and transgender employees.
             
  • Jones Day Parental Leave Bias Suit Likely to Reverberate
    Several other legal industry leaders offer parental leave policies similar to Jones Day's, which put the firm in the crosshairs of two former associates with sterling resumes.
            Ohio Court Staffer's Hostile Work Environment Claim Against Judge Revived
    The plaintiff, a docket coordinator, claimed the judges "formulated a concealed plan and policy that female FCMC employees asserting complaints about abusive and discriminatory treatment at the hands of Judges would be discouraged and intimidated into silence."