Archive, October 2021.
LGBT Individuals Who Suffer from Sexual Harassment Face Unique Challenges
Sexual harassment is considered a form of illegal sex-based or gender-based discrimination. Every employee deserves to work in an environment where they feel safe and respected. Despite numerous federal and state laws designed to protect workers from sexual harassment and discrimination, unlawful harassment continues in workplaces across the United States.
How Do You Change Your Child Custody Agreement in Illinois?
For divorcing or unmarried parents, the issue of child custody is often a top concern. Even if parents initially agreed on how to divide parental responsibilities and parenting time, things change. Sometimes, a child custody arrangement becomes impractical or inappropriate. If you are a parent who wishes to modify your current child custody order, it is important to understand how and when child custody modifications are permitted in Illinois. Illinois courts want to promote stability and consistency in children’s lives. Consequently, child custody modifications are only granted under …
Study Suggests That Stereotypes About Women Impact Sexual Harassment Claims
Image a sexual harassment victim. If you are like many people, the first person that comes to mind is a young woman in a traditionally “feminine” outfit such as a skirt or dress. Sexual harassment happens to women and men of all ages, ethnicities, and lifestyles. By no means is the problem limited to what we think of as “feminine” women.
Getting Divorced When You or Your Spouse Are Well-Known and Value Privacy
Divorce is never easy. However, some divorcing spouses face obstacles and challenges that the average person does not. If you or your spouse are a local celebrity, well-known business leader, or otherwise in the public eye, you will undoubtedly face additional challenges.