As the Supreme Court’s session was concluding, the Supreme Court issued Groff v. DeJoy, Postmaster General, No. 22-174 (June 29, 2023), an opinion that changes the employment landscape as it pertains to religious accommodations...Read More
Author: Adrian Acosta
Gantt V. Harris County: How Death Does Not Dismiss a TCHRA Case under the Texas Survivorship Statute
The Texas Commission on Human Rights Act (“TCHRA”) was enacted to “provide for the execution of the policies of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its subsequent amendments.” Tex. Lab. Code § 21.001. Accordingly, it...Read More
Texas is booming. As of 2022, Texas had 89,600 more jobs than it did before the onset of the pandemic. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate steadily declined from 5% in October 2021 to 4.4 % in...Read More
In the West Texas Town of El Paso, I Fell in Love with Working from New Mexico: Applying Home State Laws for Remote Work.
March 12, 2022 marks the second anniversary when the National Basketball Association first canceled games because of COVID-19. In the two years since, there have been waves of COVID. Just last year, President Joe Biden made a...Read More
On September 26, 2021, the NBA denied Andrew Wiggins’ religious accommodation request to be exempt from taking the COVID-19 vaccine. After being denied, Wiggins stated his “[b]ack is up against the wall, but I’m just going to...Read More