Policy Excluding Female Employees from Supervising Prison Dry Cells Found Discriminatory

The Federal Correctional Institute in Memphis, Tennessee, (“FCI-Memphis”) is one of 122 prisons run by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The inmates at FCI-Memphis are all males, but the institution has 49 female employees. Due to a chronic shortage of correctional officers, FCI-Memphis regularly “augments” (i.e. requires) females to...

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Partner Jill Kahn Marshall Quoted in Law360 Articles on Important Employment Law Cases in 2020 and What To Watch for in 2021

Law360 recently reached out to Partner Jill Kahn Marshall for comment on the articles, “Landmark LGBTQ Decision Tops 2020's Biggest Bias Rulings” and “4 Religious Liberty Cases Attorneys Should Watch In 2021,” analyzing important Supreme Court rulings in 2020 and upcoming cases for the new year. Jill discussed the matter...

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