"Fox News may force arbitration for anchor in discrimination suit" View Article
April 29, 2017Philip Gordon
Are you suffering from bias of any kind at work?? If so, give us a call. (View Article)
April 12, 2017Philip Gordon
Gretchen Carlson posted this yesterday, detailing her thoughts, efforts and concerns about workplace arbitration clauses. If you want a first hand account of the impact of these clauses, this is worth a read. Of course, if you're experiencing sexual harassment, discrimination or any other problems at work, give us ...
March 11, 2017Philip Gordon
Great article in Entrepreneur Magazine. As much time and consideration you gave when accepting your position should be spent when leaving it. Before you make a quick decision, call Gordon Law Group for your exit strategy. View Article
March 1, 2017Philip Gordon
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released data from the 2016 fiscal year. Charges of workplace discrimination have increased for every protected class. The top five employment charges for 2016 were: 1. Retaliation 2. Race 3. Disability 4. Gender 5. Age View Article If you have been a victim of workplace ...
February 18, 2017Philip Gordon
Channel 5 investigates interviews Gordon Law Group's Philip Gordon and Elizabeth Rodgers about their recent jury verdict along with their client, Russell Lopes. If you have a moment, watch the video. And if you have questions, contact us. View Article and Video
February 17, 2017Philip Gordon
Following the landmark $4.05M jury verdict won by Gordon Law Group on behalf its client, Russell Lopes, the City of Brockton's Mayor vows an investigation. If you have questions about this verdict, or you may have suffered your own discrimination in Brockton or elsewhere, give us a call. View Article
February 9, 2017Philip Gordon
Gordon Law Group obtains record setting verdict in Brockton for Russell Lopes! The case was tried by veteran attorneys Philip Gordon and Elizabeth Rodgers, who worked with Mr. Lopes to uncover serious and concerning evidence of both discrimination and retaliaition. The trial was held in Brockton, before an ...
February 2, 2017Philip Gordon
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). A record number of American employees are now choosing to retire much later, and age discrimination is becoming a more complex set of questions. Great article in Bloomberg News: View Article If you think you've been ...
January 16, 2017Philip Gordon
Often touted as the great disruptor, big data has proven a valuable tool. But in the world of health and disability discrimination, big data may be driving some of the most serious and disturbing employment discrimination epidemics at every level. At its core, discrimination is the use of a known current ...
February 21, 2016Philip Gordon
Philip served on the Faculty for the “18th Annual Employment Law Conference,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (December 4, 2015) (View Article)
December 4, 2015Philip Gordon
October was quite a month on the employment front in New York, as Governor Cuomo signed a number of bills signed expanding discrimination protections within the workplace. Five of the most notable bills include: Sexual harassment now prohibited across the board – Under previous legislation, employers with less than four employees ...
October 23, 2015Philip Gordon
The Fourth Circuit reopened the door for a class action suit to proceed against a South Carolina company on allegations of racial discrimination. The suit started with seven black plant employees who brought suit in 2004 on behalf of a proposed class including more than 100 former and current black ...
May 11, 2015Philip Gordon
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is taking a stance to protect transgender workers from employment discrimination. Though there is currently no federal statute expressly prohibiting this type of discrimination, the EEOC has chosen to pursue these matters under the sex discrimination clause of Title VII. One recently decided case involved a ...
April 15, 2015Philip Gordon
The National Committee on Pay Equality named Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Equal Pay Day in an effort to call attention to the inequitable pay gaps that still exist between female and male workers. Each year the organization selects a day to commemorate individuals who are making strides towards pay equality and ...
April 14, 2015Philip Gordon
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently handed New York’s Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) a huge blow, when it issued a determination against the agency totaling more than $246 million. Details of the Case On behalf of a group of African American and Hispanic Administrative Managers, the Communications Workers of ...
April 13, 2015Philip Gordon
In 2010, former employees filed a lawsuit against Goldman Sachs, alleging that the company perpetuates employment discrimination against female workers. USA Today recently reported that two plaintiffs are seeking to certify the lawsuit as a class-action case, which will expand the time frame of the lawsuit. They reportedly hope to include ...
July 3, 2014Philip Gordon
In Michigan this week, bipartisan legislation was signed protecting mothers who nurse their children in public from discrimination and prosecution. 45 states now have some form of law allowing women to breastfeed in public or private locations. The “Breastfeeding Anti-Discrimination Act” allows a woman to breastfeed a child in any public ...
June 27, 2014Philip Gordon