In Hill v. Kerr County, No. 18-CV-00897 (W.D. Tex.), we see a classic he-said-she-said case. Plaintiff, Beverly Hill got into a fracas with her husband at home. Ms. Hill and her husband, Tommy Hill, both worked for the Kerr County Sheriff’s Department. Ms. Hill submitted a crime report about the altercation with her husband.

There are a few law firms that specialize in representing employers in employment cases. A very few of those firms operate nationally. One such law firm is Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart, PC. Ogletree Deakins represents employers everyday regarding employment matters. They have offices across the country. Yet, that firm is the defendant in

There are various constructs which serve to limit access to juries for discrimination victims. One of those constructs is the so-called “same actor inference.” The same actor inference provides that if the same manager who hired an employee later fires that same employee, then it is unlikely that that manager was motived by discriminatory animus.

The boys at Fox News just cannot seem to stay out of trouble. Another female employee has filed suit against Fox News and Roger Ailes. Julie Roginsky filed suit alleging sexual discrimination against the network. She claims that Roger Ailes offered her a regular spot on the show, “The Five,” in return for a sexual

Dr. Ricardo Romo, President of the University of Texas at San Antonio, has been placed on leave immediately. The school has not offered an explanation for the sudden leave. But, there is pending a complaint of sexual harassment against the President by two employees. The two employees had been fired and apparently complained the termination

Bias is often not clear. Once, we considered a biased person anyone who wore a white, linen sheets. Now, we know better. Bias is usually not clear. Donald Trump clearly has some bias against women. But, that does not necessarily mean he treats all women the same. CBS News reached out to 84 women who

In 2013, Prof. Cheryl Kelsey filed a lawsuit against Texas A&M at San Antonio alleging sex discrimination and unequal pay. According to her lawsuit, she was hired as an associate professor by Texas A&M for the 2009-10 academic year. She was promoted to assistant professor for the 2011-12 school year. Yet, she was still paid