Interview: Crown Act Making Gains, But Work Remains
CROWN Act Making Gains, But Work Remains

In 2021, I wrote a piece on the Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair (“CROWN”) Act, which seeks to eliminate race-based hair discrimination. At the time, 14...

Legislative Update on Noneconomic Damages Caps

Iowa legislators continue to weigh the merits of imposing various limits or caps on lawsuits involving medical malpractice and commercial truck operators. Iowa’s 2022 legislative session is scheduled to continue...

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Courts Side with the Vaccine

Going into our third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, courts nationwide are consistently siding with companies that impose and enforce a vaccine mandate. A wide variety of challenges have been...

Time to Reconsider Your Grooming Policies

Hairstyles are generally a socially acceptable means of personal expression, and for some, the decision may be dependent on maintaining a meaningful connection to their culture. Recently, hair discrimination has...

Independent Contractors vs. Employees – What Do You Have?

The lines between independent contractors and employees are sometimes blurred and knowing the difference could mean avoiding penalties for misclassifications. For example, classifying someone as an independent contractor when they...

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