Government Regulation & Compliance


06

Jun 2018

ScottHulse Law Firm Enhances and Grows Immigration Section

ScottHulse PC, a full-service commercial law firm with offices in Texas and New Mexico, announced that an Immigration & Nationality Law Section has been formally established to compliment the Firm’s other successful law practices, including International Trade and Cross-border Business and Labor & Employment. The firm, which also has a Mexico Law practice group, offers dual representation in both the United States and Mexico. For...

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08

May 2018

The Texas Supreme Court Rejects Teacher’s Same-Sex Sexual Harassment Claims

By Andrew Velazquez, Attorney The Texas Supreme Court Rejects Teacher’s Same-Sex Sexual Harassment Claims The Texas Supreme Court found that the employee could not sue her employer for her sexual harassment because she failed to present sufficient evidence that the alleged discrimination by same-sex employees was “because of” her gender. The Court further held that all the McDonald Douglass elements in a retaliation claim against...

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06

Oct 2017

Two Important Legal Tide Changes This Week

By Rosemary M. Marin, Attorney & Shareholder; Chair, Labor & Employment TWO IMPORTANT LEGAL TIDE CHANGES THIS WEEK This week, the Trump Administration announced two big changes in its interpretation of the law, as compared to prior interpretations by the Obama Administration. TITLE VII Does Not Extend To Transgender On October 5, 2017, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that Title VII, the federal law...

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